There is something about writing that makes me feel uncomfortable and unsure about myself. as a business student, you expect people to excel in understanding financial and corporate principles but not in writing essays, term papers and all sort of written stuff. As a senior Business Management major, I have my fair share of inherent weaknesses- and one of those is writing. That is why when we were asked by one of our professors to submit a business simulation report, my stomach churned and I immediately felt uneasy.
Business simulation reports are lengthy write-ups that tackle a numeric or scenario-based analysis of a business strategy. They are specifically designed to explore company or business management issues which can give rise to a change or shift on more useful methods of employee and leadership development. It can also deal with simulating methods which can be used in business development and training. Most business simulation reports involve the parts which discusses the following:
I. Market Analysis
II. Financial Analysis
IV. Teamwork & Leadership
V. Strategic Thinking
Usually, business simulation reports are made by company professionals, but as students, we are also thought how to do one. The thing about business simulation reports is I have the capacity to conceptualize and make one, but the writing part is one that I am really wary of. if only there is someone who can write it for me. But then, we were specifically required to come up with a report on our own. The whole class knows how rigid and strict our professor is when it comes to checking requirements such as this. So as much as I want to get some help in writing the business simulation report, I am really afraid of getting caught.