Introducing a New Microsimulation to Make Business Law Courses Experiential

We are excited to announce the release of CapsimInbox: Business Law – a quick and easy way to make your business law course experiential. CapsimInbox: Business Law is a microsimulation that helps instructors effectively engage, measure and develop learners. Participants are

How to Measure ROI for your Leadership Development Programs

This past January, on an extremely foggy day in San Diego, I facilitated a session at the 2017 Training Conference called Developing Leadership Awareness Through Experiential Learning. During the session, a question came up; How can you show ROI or

Case Study: DigitalGlobe

About the Case Study See how DigitalGlobe improved team performance and business results with Capsim’s Leadership Development Program.

Experiential Learning Can Drive Innovation

“The future of innovation is learning how to fail,” per a 2012 article published in the Washington Post. However, is the future of innovation really learning how to fail or, rather, is it learning from that failure? The article mentions

Presentation: Developing Leadership Awareness Through Experiential Learning

What’s in this Presentation? How do you create a leadership program that actually develops leaders? Leaders need a safe space to practice real business scenarios. Discover how experiential learning methods engage participants and make learning more relevant. Examine why Leadership

Small Business Leaders: Don’t Avoid the ‘F’ word

Anyone leading a business knows there is too much to do. Leadership requires attention to all those ‘p’ words like people, products, promotion  – and the biggest of all: profit. According to Daniel Goleman, in the “Harvard Business Review,” the

Achieving 100 Percent of the 70 20 10 Leadership Development Model using Business Simulations

The 70 20 10 Leadership Development Model is commonly used within the training profession to describe the optimal sources of learning. It holds that individuals obtain 70 percent of their knowledge from job-related experiences, 20 percent from interactions with others,