CHALLENGE Our client recently closed an acquisition of a company larger in size, with largely complementary products and global operations.
When you hear the term “business simulation," what comes to mind? Images of MBA case studies, computer-based games, maybe even memories of prior simulation experiences? You may be surprised to find that business simulations and their impact on your organization can be far more than you imagine.
The Institute for Corporate Productivity recently completed a case study about Ford Motor Company’s Global Executive Leadership Program.
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Think learning in ballrooms is boring? Learn how to get your participants energized in a high-context experience that gets people talking and engaging in real business issues. We'll share the 4 powerful concepts for making learning high-impact for groups of 60-2000. Insight Experience's unique large-scale simulation design engages participants with a set of real world scenarios, real time results, and both team and individual feedback. Learn what caused one Fortune 100 executive to state, "Wow! This was the best learning experience I've seen in 20 years."
When people are enjoying themselves, they can be more open to taking in new information. And, if the material is compelling, they usually retain it longer than they would otherwise.
Lost in the commotion of keeping the newly formed company moving forward during a merger or acquisition is the impact on Learning and Development.