Analytical skills allows individuals to evaluate problems. It incorporates many skills that are critical to success in corporate life like attention to detail, critical thinking ability, decision-making, and researching skills in order to notice, analyse, evaluate, compare and reach a solution.
FocusU in association with KNOLSKAPE brings the Grand Prix simulation which is designed to help participants build Analytical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision-Making capabilities. It puts participants in the role of a team manager, who is required to take key business decisions end-to-end by managing resources allocated and meeting the objectives set out. The simulation takes participants through an exciting journey of racing, and tests their project and portfolio management mettle.
By enabling participants to experience and work through such challenges which are as close to real life as possible, the simulation analytics and debrief sessions by the facilitators help participants in deriving great insight into analytical thinking as a skill.
The simulation throws up useful analytics for individual participants that includes:
• Performance Score
• Team Standing
• Performance Trend
• Risk score
A few key parameters:
Where this can be run
Up to 25 per session
Debrief can be customised
Is the Grand Prix Simulation right for your team?
The simulation is specifically recommended for:
• First Time Managers
• Middle Managers
• Senior Leaders
The competencies addressed by the simulation are:
• Strategic Decision Making
• Critical Thinking
• Problem Solving
• Risk Management
• Stakeholder Management
• Team Development
• Conflict Resolution
The participant feedback for this simulation is compelling – with 91.11% participants saying they will recommend it to others. Here are a few snippets:
“The simulation helped me understand how I react to things, and how I make decisions - It was as if I was looking in a mirror”
“A very different approach, excellent to connect learning with F1”
“The simulation is user friendly, well explained & has great visuals”
“Great simulation which requires critical thinking throughout the implementation”