Experiential Simulations combines practical and academic knowledge into web based simulations that increase student engagement and help achieve learning objectives.
Our simulations were originated by Professor James Bowen (PhD, PMP), both an academic and practitioner, he uses the simulations in his classrooms in North American and Europe. He has designed the simulations as an experienced classroom instructor.
We have been in business since 1975.
Traction combines entrepreneurial theory and practical experience into a strategic pre and post revenue startup simulation game.
Traction is bundled with the US and Canadian versions of the textbook, "Entrepreneurship", by Bygrave and Zacharakis of Babson College, and Wise of Ryerson University.
Traction is also bundled with "Patterns of Entrepreneurship" a practical guide to starting a company by Jack Kaplan of Columbia University.
Babson College is an acknowledged world leader in entrepreneurship. Ryerson University is the acknowledged top Canadian university in entrepreneurship. Columbia University is in the top 25 graduate schools for entrepeneurship in the US.
Coming Soon - Agile is a 4 person game which follows the technology development life cycle combining both agile and waterfall approaches.
Intregrity is a 1 person game exploring ethical belief and understanding of another person's ethical perspective.
Milestone is a people focused project management simulation providing an understanding of stakeholders, risk and the project environment.
Easy and fast to configure - Enter the game name, click, DONE!
Your involvement can be minimal! - You configure, students play, you download grades
Students get all the support they need to play
Professors get all the syllabus support they need including powerpoints
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Inexpensive for students - between $10 to $25
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"I had been searching for a computer simulation that incorporated the entrepreneurial process for some time now. I had looked at several but they were more small business oriented, and did not use entrepreneurship concepts. When I became aware of Traction I was very excited, and used it in the classroom for the first time last semester, with three different classes. Students became more engaged and motivated to work harder, and as a result of the game have a deeper understanding of what is involved in starting a new venture"
Assistant Professor, Entrepreneurship
Howard Community College
"your tech team is very awesome (and patient)."
University of Ottawa
Experiential Simulations has been featured in Forbes Magazine and mentioned in Virgin.com's entrepreneurship web series, Entrepeneur Middle East Magazine and the Huffington Post.
Read the Forbes Article...