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SimulTrain® Strategic Management is an online, strategic, serious game, which allows learners to rapidly acquire core competencies and experience in the management of multiple projects and their reinforce leadership skills.Demo Login
The simulation puts you instantly in the role of a project portfolio manager. You make vital decisions, prioritize and optimize the portfolio of projects, guarantee the high return-on-investment, and react to fast-changing situations, risks, and opportunities.
In a realistic and fast-paced environment, the strategic management simulator SimulTrain® Strategic Management allows trainees to acquire technical and leadership experience, with the following aims:
SimulTrain® Strategic Management is the continuation of the best-in-class project management simulator SimulTrain®, which has contributed to the training of more than 200,000 project managers.
The simulation SimulTrain® Strategic Management is primarily used in classrooms by several teams of between three and four trainees with an experienced trainer.
A team of three to four trainees plays the role of a portfolio manager. They have to plan and execute a typical five-year portfolio of up to 20 projects. They immediately see the consequences of the decisions they make. Furthermore, they track the evolution of the cash balance, the schedule, the strategic benefits indicators, and resource use.
Using SimulTrain® Strategic Management, trainees make all the mistakes while planning and executing a project portfolio and learn from these mistakes.
Thanks to its wealth of multimedia interactions, SimulTrain® Strategic Management creates a realistic and stressful environment – just as in real life. Therefore, trainees experience the joy of competition, stress, and working under pressure.
SimulTrain® Strategic Management is also an ideal tool for team building and getting leadership experience.
SimulTrain® Strategic Management is run online on a computer with a large screen.
The simulation lasts between two and four hours, including the phases of planning, execution, and debriefing.