We are pleased to release a major update for HRManagement simulation!
Guest speaker: Professor Chet Robie



Wednesday, March 13th from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM EDT

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This is an online event! Webinar access information will be sent to you after registration. 

Hosting this event:

 Johanna Ackert -CRM for Management   Simulations: Johanna has been with   Interpretive for 12 years and is responsible   for all of our management simulations. She is the primary point of contact for all customers using our management simulations.

Tim Sams- Director of Marketing: Tim has been at Interpretive for 10 years, working in areas of marketing, sales, and product development. Tim will co-host this event with Adele.

 HRManagement simulation

 HRManagement is a Human Resource Management simulation where students manage the   human resources department of a medium-sized organization. Acting as the newly-   appointed Human Resource Director of a firm of 600 employees, decisions range from   making budgets to setting policy, as well as dealing with incidents common to the Human   Resource function.

 HRManagement has been completely redesigned in terms of interface, while at the same   time keeping the strengths of the simulation model and all the great features our customers   have come to count on. Students consistently remark that HRManagement was the highlight of their academic experience!  
Overview of the improvements we’ve made can be found here!

Updated HRManagement will be available in May 2019 for early release,
and the full release comes in August 2019


  • General information about HRManagement
  • Demo of the simulation
  • Interpretive Support to Faculty & Students
  • Questions from participants
  • Conclusion

Guest Speaker:

 Chet Robie is a professor in organizational behavior/human resource management in the   School of Business at Wilfrid Laurier University in Ontario, Canada. His previous academic   posts include an assistant professorship in the I/O psychology program at the University of   Houston and an assistant professorship in the College of Business Administration at   Niagara University. Robie has consulted for international firms such as Personnel Decisions   International, General Motors, Procter & Gamble and Caliper, Inc., dealing with issues related to multi-source feedback, applicant faking, test development and validation, and global norms. Robie worked as a personnel management specialist for the U.S. Office of Personnel Management where he was involved in large-scale survey initiatives and policy evaluation.