Why an LD business simulation?
LD business simulations are carefully authored educational tools for exploring diverse real-world scenarios — offering an engaging experience that accelerates learning across a diverse range of university educational courses and business management skills ranging from team building, to operations management, to business start-ups, to strategic leadership in a major global corporation. An underlying model captures the business rules or academic principles under study. Participants interact with the model through a series of decisions, either individually or collaboratively in teams, to discover the complex interactions at play and experience real-world decision-making.
Make learning interactive, accessible – and mobile with LD simulations:
LD simulations support all kinds of learning environments — from a single classroom of students, to hundreds of corporate employees playing at different times around the world, to thousands of students competing in our on-line business competitions.
Our multi-player simulation management platform supports team-based scenarios where participants develop a wide range of skills designed into the simulation dependent upon the desired learning outcomes. Thousands of students enrolled in undergraduate and post-graduate programs will have taken part in an LD simulation before they graduate – and thousands of employees in the workplace will have developed new skills as a result of participating in our business simulations.
Enliven your curriculum & talent development programme:
With our extensive catalogue of ready-to-use business simulations you can embed a simulation for increased student engagement and an enriched learning experience that turns learned theory into a real-world business experience.
We develop custom simulations for educational institutions and corporate clients. We’ve worked across many subject areas, from Strategy to Operations to Project Management to Enterprise Start-up. For each experience, we bring expertise in design, modeling, visualization, interactive learning, and e-learning strategies.