There’s no substitute for experience.
That’s why we train it.

Our programs and simulations have been designed for those in the real world who need to accelerate their experience and knowledge of business principles.


The BOX+ entrepreneurship program is an entrepreneurship training that will teach participants--both intellectually and emotionally--what it really means to start, run, and build a business.

Continuous Improvement

The CAR+ simulation teaches participants how important it is to set targets, measure performance against those targets, and provides tools to continuously improve, no matter what industry they are in.

Team Dynamics

The TEAM+ simulation is a highly effective workshop for teaching the interdependence of teams in achieving business objectives through fast-paced and dynamic competition.

Decision Making

The Value Based Management program is a dynamic, hands-on business workshop that helps your employees make better decisions for your business and trains them to understand decisions.

Interpreting Numbers

Using visual and tactile illustrations, participants learn the language of business without the complexity normally associated with dry financial literacy education.

MBA In A Day

This program teaches 10 classic business theories and demonstrates how to use them to structure your business decision making process and result in bottom-line impact.

Team Business Programs are designed to suit groups big and small. We can adapt our simulations to fit your specific needs. We can also tailor the program to suit your time constraints – from 4 hours to 2 days.

It was an amazing way to learn about how to minimize costs to maximize revenue. It really brought our team closer together and was very enjoyable.

David Banner

Dartmouth University

Through Team Business, participants in our summer programs had the opportunity to link theory and practice, learn about business principles and see them play out in real time. The hands-on simulation Team Business runs gives participants subject knowledge and, moreover, the wisdom to turn their knowledge into action.

Dr. Anne Greenhalgh

The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania