BeST is a computerized crisis simulation software that helps organizations face potential disasters and deal with them in “simulated” real time – better preparing for the “real thing”.
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8 April, 2021
8 February, 2021
29 June, 2020
14-15 September, 2020
1-10 November, 2020
The only crisis simulator on the market today that is fully adaptable to your unique needs.
“We held an organizational war-game using BeST and were really satisfied with the end product. The BeST team was on our side from the dilemma definition and up to designing the real life scenarios we used during the war-gaming session. The results were outstanding, delivering clear graphic insights as to how our organization reacted to the crisis including a thorough analysis into the decision making process…”
“This exercise made me more confident to be able to deal with a crisis scenario in the case of it actually happening in my country. It was an eye-opening learning experience.”
“The war gaming was replicating real pressure on individual and understanding that during emergence there are a lot of agencies involves and stakeholder need to interact with each other.”
“Brilliant way of understanding the reality of managing a conflict through a war gaming.”
“We have learned on dealing with management crisis. All sectors should coordinate and work together to achieve common interest.”
“In January, 2020, we conducted a three-day War Game in our organization simulating a range of security incidents that may have a negative effect on the company’s core operations. The simulation experience offered us real, practicable insights which increased our awareness and readiness for relevant future incidents. The simulation unearthed gaps between our policies and practices, allowing us to compare the performance of our teams (dispersed worldwide) and to understand why discrepancies occurred. It also underscored both what we were doing well and what we were not doing so well, enabling us to make crucial adjustments to our planning processes in order to position our global network to better handle non-routine scenarios.”