Simulations immerse students in complex business environments where they are forced to make challenging decisions, and equally important, see the impact of their decisions. As such, simulations provide students the power to explore and experiment, and experience the cause and effect (or the action-reaction) nature of real world decision making
Authors: Dishan Kamdar, Amit Nandkeolyar, Abhijeet Vadera, and Ruchi Sinha
Co-created by the CTLC and Ptotem Technologies
In today’s world, where negotiation via electronic media is becoming more and more common, understanding the subtleties of asynchronous, impersonal and seemingly private negotiations is very important. This simulation is a web-based virtual negotiation platform. The simulation platform allows significant flexibility to faculty to define the case being played and the parameters and rules of each case. The platform also allows faculty to implement multiple games simultaneously with different parameters. As a research tool, the platform captures all data related to the simulation and performs analytics. Using state-of-the-art technology, the virtual negotiation platform is a potent means to explain, assess, and analyse negotiation cases.
Ethical Decision Making
Author: Abhijeet Vadera
Co-created by the CTLC and Knolskape Solutions
The basic module of this simulation aims to highlight the role of contextual factors in the ethical decision-making process of individuals, and the advanced module is aimed to highlight the role of individual biases in the ethical decision-making.
IT Investments: A Portfolio Approach
Author: Deepa Mani
Co-created by the CTLC, SRITNE, and Wizda Solutions