Experiential learning – using fewer words

The Lifeboat Foundation, an organization dedicated to the analysis and prevention of threats to human existence, has a blog post on the reduction of richness and complexity in language titled A Future of Fewer Words. It interests me because I … Read More »

Teaching Income/Outcome in Zambia

In 2001 Eliza and I went to Kitwe in the Copper Belt area of Zambia, to run Income/Outcome workshops for Chambishi Metals and to license them to do their own training. We ran a ‘Finance For Everyone’ (Level 2) workshop … Read More »

MBA and EMBA Programs

An Open Letter to MBA and EMBA Faculty and Administrators: Your students make a significant financial investment to attend your program. But even more importantly, they are investing their time during the most crucial point of their careers. They want … Read More »

Fear of Finance

This is becoming a recurring theme for us, in both the academic and corporate sectors; and our experience highlights the value of using a business simulation as a tool for finance skills training. At Coles College of Business, Dr. Alison … Read More »

Executive MBA Council

The following is an excerpt from the current ‘EMBA NEWS’ – the quarterly online newsmagazine of The Executive MBA Council: Through the workshops of Executive MBA Council corporate member Andromeda Training, Inc. and its Income/Outcome Business Simulations, graduate business students … Read More »

Guest Author: Using a Business Simulation in Israel

I would like to focus about the nature of the Israeli people and their business managers.  You may say that Israel’s people, and  Israeli managers, are constant arguers, bad planners, not good listeners etc.  However they are also talented, practical, quick learners and  flexible; born of long years … Read More »