Pulse Simulations

Pulse Simulations

Pulse Simulations are a practical solution wherever the group size is too big (>100) or the time available is too short (< 90 mins) to use a conventional computer-based simulation. They are ideal for crisis management scenarios, customer service applications, high-performing team development and highly competitive scenarios such as sales and bids.


Core Simulation Skillsets

Team Operations

  • Operating an effective team
  • Organising a team for success
  • Decision-making under pressure
  • Time Management
  • Managing change with agility
  • Maximising contribution of the whole team
  • Managing new information effectively
  • Continuous performance improvement

Key Functionality
  • Designed for Leadership and Team-building events with:
  • Large audiences e.g. 100-500 participants
  • Short time slots (45-90 mins)
  • Minimum technology setup required
  • No participant training needed
  • Minimum Facilitation required
  • Custom and off-the-shelf scenarios available
  • Ideal for many different types of scenarios including:
  • Crisis Management/Incident Response
  • Sales Teams / Competitive Proposals
  • Travel & Hospitality Industry 
  • Team & Department Collaboration Scenarios
  • Reputation Management Situations
  • Customer Service Scenarios

Special Features

Pulse Simulations consist of 3 integrated components:

An unfolding scenario which is displayed on a large screen over the entire course of the simulation

A unique Mobile App which allows participants to record their decisions in response to the scenario as it develops, maintains a real-time leaderboard of their performance and allows instant feedback to be recorded and analysed at the end of the simulation

Supporting papers, props and processes which enhance the participant experience

Want to know more about Pulse Simulations?

As well as a Pulse Simulations information pack we will send you a FREE Executive Summary of our Book:

A Systematic Guide to Game Based Learning in Organizations

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