The PTB is an excellent tool for developing project alternatives and testing these alternatives in a real-world dynamic environment.
Dr. Yael Dubinsky, IBM
The experience project managers gain during the simulation is invaluable.
Brian Weiss, Vice President, PMI, 2008
By using the PTB, we managed to gain considerable time savings. Costs were reduced and stakeholder’s expectations were exceeded.
Dr. Yuval Carmon, Proceed
The PTB meets the need for an effective teaching and training tool of project management.
Willy Herroelen, Emeritus Professor, KU Leuven
PTB appears to be the answer for challenges many organizations face in simulating and predicting the outcome of their substantial undertakings.
Dan Lewkowicz, Director, Deloitte
The challenges presented to the students increased motivation. The quality of the learning process, as well as the end results, was excellent.
Sergio Klik, Director, Israeli Electric Company
I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.
Confucius(551 BC - 479 BC)
The student has to combine the isolated and simplified views on projects, and he learns that risk can materialize and that he has to plan and execute the project accordingly. This is a very important aspect of project management which is learnt by doing (and failing) and which has not been delivered this way before. Rainer Kolisch, Professor, TUM School of Management
PTB is a key resource for educators and consultants in project management that want to improve results. Adolfo López-Paredes, Professor, University of Valladolid
If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!
Using the tool was excellent in helping the students understand the balancing act facing PMs when trying to find the best way to manage all constraints. Michelle Salmona, Professor, Australian National University