Learning Styles and Visualization

People have different learning styles. Not everyone thinks visually, although most people do. This is important for game developers like Andromeda Simulations to remember, because we specialize in the visual display of information. But we also have to pay attention … Read More »

Teachable moments in a business game

In the last post Ana Leiderman talked about the reason teams will oversell their capacity, and how that becomes a teachable moment in the classroom. Here are a few more teachable-moment scenarios we noticed this week. The events occur spontaneously … Read More »

Business Acumen Needs to Include the Big Picture

We often look at business acumen as a group of business skills competencies including finance, strategy and decision-making. Today I was reviewing some post-workshop comments from an Income/Outcome program in Japan, and I realized that ‘big picture understanding’ may not … Read More »

“Autonomy” in Visual Finance

Hewlett-Packard is in the news at the moment over a reassessment of the value of UK-based Autonomy which it bought last year. Autonomy is a world leader in “meaning-based computing”, the analysis and use of all the unstructured information that … Read More »

Why Income/Outcome is great in EMBA programs

Two weeks ago Andromeda Training was a corporate attendee in Paris at the annual conference of the Executive MBA Council. I’m illustrating it with the logo from the conference a couple of years ago, because I think that better captures the … Read More »