In the summer semester of 2022, a total of 122 students from various bachelor’s degree programs at the University of Paderborn will play the competitive industrial management simulation Mastering Business Operations.
Our business simulations can be used in a variety of ways. Read more about exciting concepts for the use at educational institutions and which courses of study, forms of learning and examination performance harmonize particularly well with the respective simulation.
Various master programs of CBS in Mainz played TOPSIM – Scale Up and benefited from the mix of different competence profiles when participating in the simulation-based seminar.
At the KV Luzern University of Cooperative Education those who already have an education in business administration or computer science can attend the HFWI. 22 students participated in a classroom seminar with TOPSIM – Manufacturing Management. The simulation had an excellent learning effect, as it was a good mix of challenge and game.
Studying international business usually means gaining experience abroad. Unfortunately, Covid 19 changed the plans for the students at DHBW Stuttgart and their trip abroad in the fourth semester was cancelled. For this reason, the Center for Management Simulations organized a substitute for the international exchange and found it in a simulation-based seminar together with the Escuela Universitaria de Ingeniería Dual in northern Spain.
The BHAK BHAS Stegersbach offers a very special learning unit for its students: With STARTUP, the school developed its very own subject to gain basic, tangible insights into business life and to promote entrepreneurial thinking. Mario Zartl, the initiator and director of the program, explains to us how the business game TOPSIM – Startup contributes to this practical module.
Over 50 students from Germany, Russia and the USA played TOPSIM – Scale Up in the international seminar. The complexity of the business simulation was just right to link the theoretical business aspects of the lectures and to apply them in practice. The students were able to get a feeling for complexity and recognize which aspects of the management of a company are interconnected.
Getting to know working life and economic contexts at an early stage is becoming increasingly important for students, and this is exactly what ALWIS helps with. In Saarland, the association therefore offers all secondary schools the use of the business simulation TOPSIM – easyManagement.
The Department of Economics at Kiel University of Applied Sciences, represented by Ann-Christin Schweers, found an alternative for the internship together with the teachers of the Max Planck School: TOPSIM – easyManagement. With this business game, the eleventh grade students were able to get a realistic insight into business and its operations despite homeschooling.
Corporate management and decision making – as part of various seminars for students at Munich University of Applied Sciences (HM), professors Prof. Dr. Christian Greiner, Prof. Dr. Dominik Hammer and Prof. Dr. Thomas Peisl use TOPSIM – Going Global. In this article we explain why this seminar is conducted high up in the mountains.