Management Simulations Launches Evaluation

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<strong>Northfield, Ill. &mdash; Aug. 28</strong><br />Management Simulations Inc. has launched Comp-XM, the Capstone Competency Exam. <br /><br />The patent-pending technology-based platform enables corporate trainers and HR managers to evaluate the business acumen and decision-making skills of managers, executives and recruits.<br /><br />Executed in conjunction with the Capstone Business Simulation to simulate a real-world business management experience, Comp-XM verifies learning and assesses judgment and analytical skills. <br /><br />Comp-XM takes Capstone to the individual level by enabling specific analysis of individual business skills. <br /><br />Using a business simulation, plus short exam questions, Comp-XM gauges performance and diagnoses weaknesses. <br /><br />Comp-XM&rsquo;s fair, secure and comprehensive process gives corporate trainers and HR managers detailed insight for review.<br /><br />&ldquo;By testing for business acumen and problem-solving skills, corporations are able to assess how employees make business decisions and anticipate the impact of internal and external conditions,&rdquo; said Dr. Craig Watters, Management Simulations CEO. &ldquo;The combination of the Capstone and Comp-XM technologies enables better processes, more accurate skill analysis and easier vetting.&rdquo;<br /><br />Comp-XM went through rigorous testing by university professors from top-ranked business schools during its initial beta phase, which took place over 12 months. <br /><br />Those professors involved in testing learned that simulations engage individuals to work harder to arrive at the correct answers than traditional tests. <br /><br />Input from the thousands of participants, along with their highly esteemed professors, enabled MSI to improve the technology and launch Comp-XM to the broader educational marketplace. <br /><br />The Comp-XM technology was then adapted to serve the needs of the business community.

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