Business Simulations

This is a board game business simulation where learners become entrepreneurial executives, teams become corporate giants, and the classroom becomes an entire industry.  It is an ideal environment for learning—everything has immediate application to the game board entity, and is directly transferable to the real world.

Income/Outcome business simulations present real-world drivers of real-world business.  You can use Income/Outcome to meet a range of financial and business acumen training needs—from workforce development to leadership programs to major strategic initiatives.

The more your leaders and employees know about running a business, the more successful your business will be.

The workshops, ranging from ½-day to 2-days, weave the introduction of formal planning and analytic tools into the game.  At the end of the competitive segment, the learning transitions from the simulation to a visualization of the client’s real-world business results and its competitive environment.  Learners examine the priorities and challenges of the company, with the same fresh big-picture understanding that they developed during the simulation.  Everyone can visualize and understand the range of impact they have on the company:  profitability, cash flow, working capital, customer service, and more.


Flexible Delivery

1 Entrepreneurial Challenge ½-day Understanding All
2 Business Acumen For Everyone 1-day Initiative All
3 Finance For Managers 1½-day Planning Supervisors
4 Finance and Strategy 2-day Strategic
Sr. Mgmt

Notes on LEVEL 1
Provides experience in running a business in a competitive environment.  Includes setting prices, producing financial statements, monitoring cash flow, making operational improvements, and planning for growth and profit. Enhances everyone’s ability to communicate, implement and exercise initiative.

Notes on LEVEL 2
As Level 1, in a more challenging simulation.  Additional problems from oversupply, inventory build-up, working capital, cash flow, debt repayment. Introduces formal exercises in budgeting, cash flow forecasting, and ratios.

Notes on LEVEL 3
As Level 2, with strategic planning over a longer period of time and more opportunities for practice in forecasting and improving results.

Notes on LEVEL 4
As Level 3, with strategic complexity of sales and marketing. Customer differentiation, steadily falling prices, and unanticipated disruptive technology.


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