Cymorg uses real historical data to model an organization, and places the user in the position of a leader, with decisions to make and realistic targets to achieve.
Users learn about decision-making by making decisions. As they do that, Cymorg learns about the users – competencies, value systems, priorities and preferences. Because of its probabilistic and dynamic pathways, Cymorg supports an iterative Assess-Develop-Assess paradigm.
The dynamically generated challenges that the leader faces in Cymorg include financial crises and human conflicts, often simultaneously.
Some situations may be strategic in nature, others tactical. Some may require careful planning, and others quick responses. Some may even be ignored, safely. The trick is in knowing the differences.