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These Programs are built around comprehensive simulations, allowing executives to learn new concepts in a very tangible way. Simulations form a critical bridge between academia and the business world. Simulations combine applications of management theory, team work, leadership and emotions that lead to realistic learning for participating executives.
Because simulations approximate real-life situations, they demand a great deal of self-analysis and participants have to build in key capabilities and construct the learning themselves. Exposing executives to such real-life business situations helps them to develop a solution approach to complex business situations.
Simulations are very much collaborative and competitive. They are hands-on and designed to reflect the real working environment; participants are under pressure to make decisions under time constraints with incomplete information, as happens in businesses.
Simulation-based Programs can be delivered across all disciplines, such as Leadership, Strategy Implementation, Entrepreneurship, and Management Functions such as Marketing, Finance and Operations.