Today, business expectations are high. Professionals across the company are more involved in the critical thinking and actions that determine success for their enterprise, role, and function and need the skills to make it happen. This is why Advantexe’s gold medal winning business simulation team has developed the Drivers of Business Performance business simulation™. This digital business board game simulation is designed to help illustrate how business decisions affect the financial performance of a company. Through a series of simple, yet focused set of operational and scenario-based business decisions, learners experience how businesses operate and how functional decisions affect the inflows and outflows of money.
How it works
The learner has been recruited and named as the interim CEO of Orium, Inc. a multi-billion dollar global company, to help lift stalled sales numbers, improve profitability, and set the company up for long-term success. The board of directors has provided a strict budget and the learner must manage the budget, leaning on their executive team for advice and guidance during the year. Over the course of four simulated quarters, learners make a number of interrelated revenue generation and cost management decisions having to juggle and make trade-offs regarding revenue opportunities and their associated costs. Unlike traditional and static learning programs, this dynamic, computer-based simulation provides:
Finally, to incorporate an element of competition into the simulation, we have built in a leader’s board and achievement center. The leader’s board tracks all learners top level business scores of highest revenue and profitability. The achievement center awards Bronze, Silver, or Gold badges based on reaching business goals set out by the board of directors such as revenue growth, profitability levels, and expense management.
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