12.02.2024 - 20.05.2024
Business simulation improves the learners' understanding and capabilities of running global business operations of a firm in a dynamic, competitive environment. The simulation game is used in advanced undergraduate, graduate and executive MBA programs in higher education and corporate training programs. In addition, the platform provides an opportunity to experience strategic positions for executing essential decisions for the company.
In this course, you are able to apply theoretical knowledge and experience in real-time challenges. Analyzing the market, following the competition, advancing in the technology, understanding consumer demand and their portfolio, executing the investment decision, organizing the expenses, human resource development and promoting the research and development operations in marketing.
Upon completion of the course you will be able to:
Skills in Critical and Analytical Understanding IBCRI
Critically review, analyze and understand information available from the gaming platform (market reports and companies' income statements and balance sheets) and from academic and professional business sources to inform decisions in the technology business sphere
Applied Business Skills IBBUS
Apply disciplinary and interdisciplinary knowledge to analyze business challenges and trends to propose or take in action in the simulated market of technology business.
Communication Skills IBCOM
Communicate responsibly, effectively and professionally in English in oral and written formats.
Intercultural Collaborative Skills IBCOL
Participate in inter- and multicultural settings and demonstrate teamwork skills
Asynchronous session with explicit understanding of simulation and business concepts
Online problem clinic offering with course instructor
Hybrid final presentation
The material as provided by lecturers on the course Moodle-space + on the simulation platform (CESIM Global Challenge).
Student work load for this course is 135 this means 6,75 weekly hours of studying.
Lectures listening and understanding: 35h
Cesim simulation practice round and decision-making: 50h
Interim report: 10h
Press release assignment 10h
Presentation preparation and delivery 10h
Three Asynchronous session with explicit understanding of simulation and business concepts
Online problem clinics with course instructor
Hybrid final presentation
12 - 32
Interim report round 1 and 2 (10%)- late submission 0%
Press release to shareholders (10%)- late submission 0%
CSR report (10%)- late submission 0%
Final report (10%)- late submission 0%
Presentations (10%)- late submission 0%
Simulation results+10% (40%)+10% number of hours spent individually on cesim
All segment are mend
Bachelor's Degree Programme in International Business
School of Business