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What is a simulation?
Simulations are English Web based HTML interactive programs which require an Internet connection to play and explore business concepts through fictional scenarios. The program itself can't be downloaded, and a user must log into HBR.org to launch the program. It is recommended to run your machine through our system checker for optimal performance: http://forio.com/hbp-support/
There is no way for an administrator or instructor to view simulation results or manage the game-play for other users if a simulation is purchased at HBR.org. If you are a professor at an academic institution and wish to use this for your students, order on hbsp.harvard.edu
What Simulations do you offer to individuals on HBR.org?
We offer 5 simulations to individuals on HBR.org
- Marketing Simulation: Managing Segments and Customers V2
- Pricing Simulation: Universal Rental Car V2
- Project Management Simulation: Scope, Resources, Schedule V2
- Strategic Innovation Simulation: Back Bay Battery V2
- Working Capital Simulation: Managing Growth V2
How long do I retain access on HBR.org?
Individuals who purchase simulations on HBR.org retain access for twelve months from the date of purchase. Access expires as soon as the day begins (midnight) Eastern time, a year from the date of purchase. If an Online Course was purchased on 3/6/15, access expires 12:00am 3/6/16.
How many runs do I have?
You have unlimited runs through the simulations during the year of access. Each simulation has a Play Again button available once you complete a run.