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Case study: City College students compete in CATWALK Retail Fashion Business Simulation

Background to the customer: To road-test our retail fashion simulation we headed to Glasgow City College, one of Scotland’s largest colleges based in the heart of Glasgow, to run the CATWALK Retail simulation with a group of business students who are currently studying for careers within the retail fashion industry.   Customer needs The requirement […]

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Case Study: International Hot Drinks player get Simulation-based Team Learning down to a tea!

Background to the customer: Twining’s, based in Andover, Hampshire, is world famous for its distinctive teas and malt drinks. Twinings operates internationally within the Associated British Foods (ABF) Group and holds the world’s oldest continually-used company logo, and is London’s longest-standing rate-payer, having occupied the same premises on the Strand since 1706. Customer needs Each […]

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Case Study: Irish Innovation Academy climaxes with competitive Change Management Simulation

Background to the customer: Each year The William J Clinton Leadership Institute at Riddel Hall plays host to 30 PhD students from Queens University Belfast, University College Dublin and Trinity College Dublin for a week long Innovation Academy. The Academy concluded its final day with a Team-based Change Management Simulation game where the students vigorously […]

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High performance team leadership: What business simulation games reveal

Over the part few years we have been running in-house business games with a number of major enterprises who form executive teams for a global enterprise for a three year period over a single (intensive) day. So far 15 teams, of different levels of seniority, have fully completed the games. Based on observing and analyzing […]

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ISEE Case Studies on Dashboard Simulations

ISEE Systems, the developer of the iThink/Stella business simulation tools, has published reviews of two of Dashboard Simulation’s online/offline collaboration games developed using the ithink platform. These team games enable companies to share their own best practice (learn from others) in a way that really sticks and to put staff into difficult but realistic decision-making […]

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