Business Simulations for Effective Learning

Continuous learning is a must for managers in today’s ever more complex business world and probably the best way of learning is on-the-job. However, learning on-the-job this has some disadvantages as well: it takes a lot of time, in many occasions there are no tutors or mentors at hand for support with reflections and feedback and, above all, mistakes are normally not allowed.

Business simulations are a great alternative to complement on-the-job learning: they come very close to real-life situations; they’re very intensive and therefore highly effective; they’re fun to participate in; they’re safe (mistakes allowed!) and above all, they can be done in a relatively short timeframe.


Fundamental ways of reaching objectives with companies

There are fundamentally two ways of successfully getting where you want to go with your company: management via projects and via cross-functional collaboration in processes. Both are difficult and complex, they both require a lot of specific knowledge and skills. Both benefit from specific training and both can be trained via business simulations.

QuSL offers training with state-of-the-art business simulations from world leading simulation developers Inchainge, and Palatine Group / Management Worlds in the following fields:


  • Project Leadership Experience™, from Palatine Group, NY, USA. Active in the business simulation field since the 1970’s. Track record includes companies like NASA, Boeing, HP and Accenture.


  • The Fresh Connection, from Inchainge of The Netherlands. More than 15.000 participants since 2008. Company references include Philips, JohnDeere, Unilever, Heineken and Canon.


  • The Triple Connection, from Inchainge of The Netherlands. Introduced in 2022, focussing on the transformational journey to become more sustainable, by successfully juggling the 3 P’s of People, Planet and Prosperity.


  • The Blue Connection, from Inchainge of The Netherlands. Introduced in 2019, focussing on the challenges of transitioning from linear to circular business models.


  • The Cool Connection, also from Inchainge of The Netherlands. Introduced at the end of 2012, focussing on the operational challenges in Supply Chain and the related issues for financing working capital.


For more information about one or more of these business simulations and the corresponding training formats, or to request a more extensive introduction or a demo, please send us an email.