Features for teams ready to be challenged
– Pattern of Life –
Content on demand
Create believable, immersive worlds that are rich with life and do so dynamically in response to player actions.
Pattern of Life allows the exercise facilitator to publish content feeds “on demand” at the push of a button rather than in a linear sequence – changing the published blend and frequency of content on the fly.
– Deal with the human factor –
Humans in the loop
Human role-players add authenticity and spontaneity – using their experience to respond to players as they think stakeholders would in real life.
For role-players who aren’t subject matter experts, provide hints, scripts and instructions as necessary – perhaps sending timed notifications to make live calls or interventions.
– Integrate with operational systems –
Train on your real crisis management platform
For organizations that use mass notification systems or crisis management software, Conducttr TeamXp can be embedded or work alongside them to provide breaking news & social media simulation while also triggering real alerts and messages right inside the real apps you’ll use in a crisis.
This integration provides the ultimate live exercise environment – players using real systems within a fictional training scenario wrapper managed by Conducttr.
– Qualitative assessment –
Record player behaviors and capabilities
Observers watch for and capture expected behaviors to provide real-time qualitative assessments.
Real-time assessment allows improved, immediate feedback which improves individual and team performance.
Our assessment toolkit allows you to design your own schema of observable behaviors and decide how these map to capabilities.
Too advanced for your team? Look for a different team set-up
Take the first step beyond PowerPoint. Create engaging exercises with just one screen and a meeting room. Your participants experience an unfolding crisis in a seminar-style environment.
Have participants directly interact using their devices. Create multi-channel immersive simulations that allow teams to experience the issue first-hand and to rehearse as they would in a real crisis.