Putting Theory to Work
Write your own success story. In-demand skill, delivered on-demand.
3 KEY BUSINESS SKILLS YOU DON'T NEED TO GO BROKE (OR LOSE SLEEP) TO MASTER.
Whether you are corporate, entrepreneur, or freelancer you are stronger on the tripod of skills -- communication, problem solving and leadership.
They used to be referred to as "soft skills", but in the age of AI and smart chatbots they should be called "organic skills".
Realistic Scenarios enables you to tell your own business story by building the skills that senior managers and investors are looking for. Realsictic Scenarios is a light, fast, practical platform for learning MBA level skills that will make a difference in your career. Make the jump from theory to C-level or successful entrepreneur.
COMMUNICATIONS & PRESENTATION SKILLS
Start with a takeaway.
Calls to Action: early and often.
Know who you are talking to.
CRITICAL THINKING & PROBLEM SOLVING
Senior managers get paid for solving problems and creative innovations. It can be learned - but it takes practice. Start now.
LEADERSHIP & TEAMBULDING
Technology has changed the definition of good leadership and teamwork. You are expected to build relationships with a wide range of stakeholders.
CASE STUDY - THE HANOI DIGITAL CITY SIMULATION
Realistic sims let you practice new skills in a challenging - but safe - environment.
RealsticScenarios.com lets you experience business challenges in a controlled space. In our featured sim - Hanoi Digital City - you will move through 4 key phases of business development:
Building a team
Planning your strategy
Pitching to senior investors.
Business education and training
I've been teaching at MBA programs and training corporate professionals for over 20 years. The business world has changed a lot during that time, but business education hasn't really kept up. I built Realistic Simulations to address the gap between theory and practice.
“By three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by reflection, which is noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience, which is the bitterest.”