Business simulations that improve business acumen.

Our courses combine classroom discussions with computerized business simulations, allowing your key staff to improve business decision-making, financial acumen, and leadership skills in a risk-free environment.

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The Benefits of Business Simulations

Our courses strive to enhance business decision-making and drive improved business performance.
To accomplish this, each course focuses on a minimum of four key learning objectives addressing both left and right-brain thinking.

  1. Improve Business Acumen

    • Understand the “whole” business and see the big picture (eliminate silo-thinking)
    • Develop cross-functional decision-making skills
    • Recognize the impact of actions on company performance (intended and unintended consequences)
  2. Practice Strategic Thinking And Business Planning

    • Engage in Strategic conversations
    • Identify long term strategy, focus, differentiation, and positioning
    • Develop business plans that are aligned with company Mission and Objectives
  1. Increase Financial Understanding and Confidence

    • Increase financial acumen
    • Interpret financial statements
    • Analyze quantitative data
    • Interpret key performance indicators (KPIs)
  2. Build Leadership and Teamwork

    • Transform managers into leaders
    • Improve group decision-making
    • Enhance team dynamics

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Our clients have chosen PriSim’s Business Simulations to build the business acumen of their decisions makers. Hear what they have to say:

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Happening Now at PriSim Business Simulations

We’re always trying to improve our simulations and our skills as we develop our clients’ business decision makers. Below are some of the interesting news and developments we’ve been working on recently.

Q3 2021

Launched a New 1-Day Insurance Carrier Finance for Non-Financial Managers Course to help develop the financial acumen of Carriers’ and Brokers’ emerging leaders and decision-makers. The course can be run in a live or virtual environment – and is immersive, high-energy, and provides a perspective on insurance finance that will last an entire career!

Follow this link to view a sample course outline, which includes an agenda and sample boardgame scenarios and What-If exercises.

For the 2nd Year, PriSim Business War Games is Sponsoring Interns at Waukegan to College. This year, interns (and staff) will compete in a business-acumen building business simulation during the internship. However, the primary focus of the intern team will be to put together a retreat for first-generation students pursuing a path to college. The intern team will create the 2021 Youth Leadership Summer Retreat for W2C rising high school freshmen.

Updated our Business Challenge Case Study Guide to Include a Summary of Decisions to be Made on Each Simulation Screen to make navigation of the tool easier. The improvement is due to spot-on feedback we had received about the document from our client-partner at a large automotive company. Take a look!

Adding Broadcast-Messaging Capability to PriSim Simulations so that we can send group-wide messages to all competing teams in a PriSim class (e.g., time remaining, key reminders, tips and tricks). Look for this functionality in your next PriSim class – and we promise it will show up on Team’s screens longer than Zoom’s broadcast messages do!

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“The Prisim Mini-MBA class has better prepared me for the strategic aspects of leadership. Through a combination of excellent seminar-style training and hands-on business simulation, I gained self awareness of my own management style and was given the tools to adapt it. Most useful was learning the ability to clarify issues and cut through a sea of data to find what is most pertinent.”
– Engineering Manager