This summer distance learning was particularly important due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and thanks to globalization and digitization it also became possible! Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences played TOPSIM – easyManagement online for two weeks as a part of the International Event Management Shanghai (IEMS) study program. Thomas Temme explains how it all worked despite the time differences.
On September 22, 2020, 50 business simulation enthusiasts met again – this time, however, not as usual in Constance but virtually. Nevertheless, it was a day full of exciting discussions about digital teaching and the use of TOPSIM – Business Simulations. In this blog article we share our impressions of this online event with you.
In a blended learning concept, the Executive School at the EBS University in Wiesbaden uses TOPSIM – General Management for its in-house General Management Program. The General Management Program provides an all-round training in management and leadership skills. In this blog article we show you how the program is structured and how our simulations support the learning goals.
The FHDW offers high school students the opportunity to test their economic knowledge with the help of a management simulation and since 2007, Andreas Jäsche has been conducting simulation-based seminars with TOPSIM at various schools. In this article, he shows how these seminars are organized and what opportunities they offer for all parties involved.
Over the past few years, Chemnitz University of Technology have been using TOPSIM – General Management in a block seminar. This summer, the simulation was played over the whole semester for the first time – and not only because of the corona crisis. Mike Rudolph from TU Chemnitz explained which advantages this format offers and how distance learning with business simulations works.