We teach decision-makers about business, strategy, finance, and leadership. Our onsite courses combine classroom lectures with real-world applications through our innovative business simulations.
Our classes are business “laboratories” where critical business skills are built, where new ideas are tested, and where strategies are practiced in a risk-free environment. Our unique methodology prepares your key staff to make better business decisions.
PriSim’s® business simulations are ready-to-run or can be customized to reflect your company’s unique business model.
PriSim’s skill and experience make us the partner of choice to take your management and leadership development event to the next level.
15 Years Of Experience – Developing business simulations and teaching.
Fortune 100, Multi-Industry Client Base – Including insurance, mortgage banking, manufacturing, aerospace and defense, dealerships and distributors, consumer packaged goods, and publishing.
Customization – Focusing on the specific challenges and dynamics in your industry, and teaching your company’s business model.
Instructors – Experienced management and strategy consultants who are also adjunct faculty at Northwestern University’s Graduate School.
Global Delivery – PriSim courses have been taught on 6 continents in 8 different languages.
Computer-Based “Laboratory” Approach – Utilizing simulations that actively immerse participants in a live, interactive laboratory setting, increasing retention of course material. Not self-paced training, not web-based training, not CBTs.
Business-Wide Simulations – Presenting decision-makers with realistic, company-wide business challenges.
“The Insurance Challenge Simulation we presented with PriSim was well received by our participants, coaches, and the executive team. The interactive nature of the program helped to drive collaboration, knowledge sharing, and strategic thinking. Our employees were able to expand their perspective on the business (increased financial knowledge and overall business knowledge) and see the interdependencies tied to the decisions they make. The exercise provided them with new tools to use on the job and a new network of contacts to help in their development.”
- Manager, Professional Development, Top-10 U.S. Property and Casualty Insurance Company