Learning Outcomes

Participants in PIXL programs leave with real learning that can be applied in their lives, academic studies, and careers. Here are just a few of the concepts from the PIXL learning experience.

PIXL's simulation software was first authored by academic researchers at Cornell's Johnson Graduate School of Management.


Define, articulate, and follow a strategic vision

Align the organization to fulfill that vision

Make business decisions to implement this strategy


Forecast demand

Allocate resources to meet strategic and operational goals

Understand market dynamics and industry evolution

Fine-tune pricing decisions to impact and respond to competitive conditions

Interpret and use financial statements

Manage resources to finance business operations

Personal Development


Identify personal leadership strengths and development areas

Understand behavioral impact on others

Effective Team Process

Improve communication and interaction skills

Collaborate effectively across functions

Manage conflict

Contribute to a group decision

Team cohesion

Understanding and experiencing the characteristics of high-performance teams

Build and maintain effective relationships as a leader and/or a team member


Develop a vocabulary and a framework to look at the structure and context of negotiations

Identify interests, establish priorities, and develop a negotiation strategy

Learn to enlarge the pool of resources by uncovering hidden interests and considering unconventional alternatives

Maximize abilities to create and claim value in a negotiation