Finalists in the Spring 2019 Capsim Challenge can all demonstrate they have one of the top skills employers want: the ability to solve complex problems. Rohan S from Bharathidasan Institute of Management, India, won the 2019 Capstone Spring Challenge. Benjamin
Brendan Wiley of the University of Texas at Dallas, and Meir Cohen of Bar-Ilan University, have a new credential to inspire recruiters: they can show they’ve piloted a multi-million dollar company to market dominance in a competitive international industry. Brendan
Twelve professors who teach with Capsim business simulations saw their top students reach the finals of the Capsim Spring 2018 Challenge last weekend, competing for international supremacy in an intense, eight-hour struggle. Professor Raveh Harush – with his second team
The champion business students who competed in the finals of the Capsim Fall Challenge last weekend came from universities new to Capsim simulations, and those using our simulations for many years.
The winners and finalists of the 2016 Capsim Fall Challenge will have a clear edge at their next job interview. Their competitive business performance is proof they have the skills employers want – like problem solving, critical analysis and the
Graduate ‘career readiness’ is a major aspiration for employers, educators and students – and thanks to the Capsim Challenge, 26 business students now have evidence to prove they’re ready to get straight to work!
Chicago, IL, November 19th 2015: Capsim celebrates another successful Capsim Challenge. This competition pits over 2,000 students from business schools around the world. The qualifying rounds were from Oct. 1st to Oct. 30th, while the finals were held in lightning
I just got back from the AACSB Associate Deans Conference and I want to share a couple things I learned. One is that Kansas City is a great place to watch a baseball game and the other is that the