This Bank Management Simulation is focused on providing a deep understanding of contemporary banking and sharpening the management and leadership skills of lower, intermediate and senior-level managers of banks. Its goal is to give participants a clear understanding of the front and back office operations of a bank, and the interaction of both sides in a competitive environment. It seeks to cultivate a holistic and fact-based management culture, develop analytical skills, and create awareness about the current banking operating environment.
Learning Coverage Areas include: Understanding basic banking products and services and how they relate to each other; The division of bank funding sources into core deposits and managed liabilities; Understanding the bank income statement and balance sheet and unique financial ratios; Pricing of credit and deposit products; Balancing risks and the growth of the balance sheet; The interaction between the central bank and commercial banks; Bank liquidity measures and regulation according to international standards; Profitability of different customer segments and products.
This simulation focuses on the key success factors that determine the performance of a retail bank, and covers issues such as increasing market share in profitable segments, increasing profitability across various sectors and increasing customer value through high quality service. By managing a retail bank, participants gain first hand experience in what is required to manage a retail bank successfully in today’s competitive digital banking landscape.
Learning coverage areas include: Customer management – how to increase the profitability of each client segment and product range, whilst keeping track of customer satisfaction; Management of the distribution channels in order to increase customer value; Process and operations management to lower the cost of the bank; Human performance management to increase productivity and staff motivation; Financial management at branch level.
Power Utility Management
This simulation game familiarizes participants with the whole decision-making environment for a power utility. Participants develop capabilities in formulating, implementing, and adapting business strategies in a dynamic competitive environment.
In addition, they will enhance their fact-based decision-making skills and improve their financial knowledge through linking operational decisions to cash flows and bottom line performance. The electric simulation also gives practical experiences in team-work and problem solving and excites competitive spirits in a dynamically evolving marketplace.
Telecom Operator Management
This is a telecom simulation game where teams manage mobile, broadband and entertainment services for residential customers as well as communications and IT services for corporate customers. It also includes decisions regarding network infrastructure development and finance. This telecom business simulation helps participants to comprehend relationships between different telecom operator functions and develops their telecom-related business acumen. The telecom simulator improves participants’ decision-making skills, familiarizing them with the whole decision-making environment for a telecommunications operator, including mobile, fixed broadband, entertainment, IT services, channel management, network infrastructure development, and finance.
The telecom simulation also gives practical experiences in team-work and problem solving and excites competitive spirits in a dynamically evolving marketplace.