Corporate Strategy Simulation
Corporation: Instructor Access
An engaging, dynamic strategy simulation used in MBA and upper level undergraduate Strategy and Corporate Strategy classes.
To review our simulations, request a Faculty ID today
Instructors who want to review our simulations can do so with a Faculty ID and password. Simply fill out this request form and we'll gladly send out your information within 24 hours. With a Faculty ID, you will be able to demo the simulation and review all of the resources that come with the simulation, which include:
- Student and Instructor Manuals
- Full descriptions of the incidents
- Demo access to play the simulation
- Review of demo games to see how the simulation looks once it is completed.
- Teaching resources such as Introductory presentations, self-guided tours and tutorials, result analysis aids, start-up guides and frequently asked questions
- Optional assignments that can be used with the simulation
Get a personalized walkthrough of the simulation with us
We've found the best way to determine if a simulation is a good fit is to do a walkthrough of the simulation with us. We will gladly set up a Webex walkthrough of any of our simulations--just fill out our Faculty ID and request a Webex today.
At a Glance
Two or more teams of students go head-to-head in direct competition, competing in the same industry as separate companies.
- Business Strategy
- Strategic Management
- Corporate Strategy
- Corporate Strategy: Number and type of strategic business units. Diversification or specialization. New venture acquisition.
- Business Unit Strategy: Pricing niche policy. Product/service quality level. New product development.
- Marketing: Pricing, marketing and new product research budgets, hire/fire sales and service persons, export policy and budget, market research studies.
- Operations Management: Plant capacity, operations technology budget, quality-enhancement programs.
- Human Resource Development: HR programs selection by strategic business unit to include training, development, recruiting, testing, selection, job enrichment, bonus, profit sharing, fringe benefits.
- Financial: Capital acquisition through common stock sales, bank loans, and/or sale of bonds. Investment of idle funds through CDs or corporate notes. Cash management. Dividend disbursement.