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Business Simulationen

Competence management is used in a wide variety of areas: for career planning, for the development, assessment and remuneration of employees or for filling vacant positions and thus not least to secure the existence of a company. The difficulty: Competencies can only be recognized and developed through active and reflective “doing”. Traditional educational and evaluation approaches in particular have major weaknesses here, because their rigid structures do not allow the participants to actively participate. Companies have therefore so far been at great risk when competencies are to be acquired or evaluated within their business operations.

Against this background, (virtual) business simulations are becoming more and more important. Thanks to the state of the art, it is possible to depict operational reality with the help of virtual learning scenarios so realistically that tasks and challenges of the entrepreneurial activity can be authentically understood.

Various business simulations are used in our training courses, depending on the focus and objective of the training measure. The main focuses of the different simulations are:

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You can test every simulation game for free. Send us an email to and indicate which simulation game you are interested in! Thank you!

Experience the power of true alignment and a well-articulated supply chain strategy, supported by tactical skills and knowledge. Tear down functional silos and create the right cross functional mindset.

Bridge the gap between finance and supply chain management.

Find out how the circular business transition can work. “Replace the linear Take – Make – Dispose  system with a restorative model in which waste does not exist as such but is only food for the next cycle.” (E. MacArthur Foundation)

Experience balancing the 3Ps in a realistic virtual environment and make decisions that are critical to maintain a fair balance between profitability and sustainability, while taking into consideration 13 out 17 Sustainability Development Goals (SDG’s) set by the United Nations.