Profit Ability Business Simulations Matthew Ballard

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  • We are a global leader of experiential learning and development
  • We have three categories of simulation that allow your people to experience real business issues in a safe environment.
  • Profit Ability Business Simulations Matthew Ballard

    1. 1. Matthew Ballard New Business Manager
    2. 2. Who We ArePresence across the globe
    3. 3. What We DoExperiential Learning
    4. 4. Experiential what…? “… a deep body of theoretical literature asserts the power of simulations to change behaviour …” The McKinsey Quarterly
    5. 5. Why is it so effective? Source: National Training Laboratories. Bethel, Maine
    6. 6. Why do we do it?
    7. 7. What’s the Ultimate Outcome? People Make Profit
    8. 8. What do we offer?Fun, engaging and challenging learning experiences
    9. 9. What do we offer?Our Simulation Categories Classic Customised Created
    10. 10. What do we offer?Classic SimulationsCORPORATE ProfitAbility® (CPA)ENTERPRISE ProfitAbility® (EPA)STRATEGIC ProfitAbility® (SPA)The CHANGE Simulation (TCS)The CHANGE Simulation: Supply Chain®
    11. 11. What do we offer?Customised SimulationsDEALERSHIP ProfitAbility®BANKING ProfitAbility®SERVICEAbility®PHARMA R&D ProfitAbility®
    12. 12. What are the benefits?• Real and competitive market• True to life• Test and develop knowledge• Increase business acumen• Transfers into workplace
    13. 13. What are the benefits? • Experiment • Experience consequences of decisions • Learn through doing
    14. 14. A.C.E. Principle Analyse: we analyse your business needs and establish your desired outcomes Create: we create a simulation that measurably achieves these outcomes Experience: the resulting experiential learning has a profound and positive impact on your business and employees
    15. 15. What are the results? • Essential concepts absorbed • Understanding of impact of behaviour • Behaviour changed Business • Transfer directly into workplace SAVVY Survey measures this • Better decision makers • Developed financial competence = Improved Bottom Line
    16. 16. Some of our clients• AA • DSM • Kraft • RWE Npower• Acton • DTE • Legal & General • Siebel• Alcoa • EBSL • London Business • SSP Group• Amey Group • EC Harris School • Stanford Graduate• BorgWarner • EDF • Maclay Murray Spens School of Business• Boston University • Edrington Group • McGrigors • Starbucks• Brammer • First Data • Molex • Timken• Cape • FMI • Morton Fraser • T-Mobile• Cartridge World • Georgetown Uni • Nestlé • Value Retail• Compass Group • GKN • NIBCO • VW Group• Crystal Martin • HBS • Panduit • Weil Gotshal Manges• Diageo • Hoffmann-La Roche • Pinsent Masons • Withers• DII • Jaguar LandRover • Quintiles • Zenith Optimedian• DLA Piper • Kendle • Ratner

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