CPSim2 is a Critical Path Simulator that runs under MS Windows. Participants use the simulator to manage the construction of an automated factory – a fairly complex, 43-activity project that must be completed in 107 days if penalties are to be avoided. As project manager, students must make effective trade-offs between the costs incurred by crashing (speeding up) activities, and the financial penalties for late completion. Unforeseen delays and speedups occur during the project, which require timely response. Although these appear “random,” each user of the simulator is exposed to the same events during the project. This allows performances and strategies to be compared within a class and between classes. CPSim2 maintains a current display of the project’s CPM network, as well as the critical path(s) and activity slacks. The time required to complete the exercise is controlled by CPSim2, and does not exceed 60 minutes. This product provides the student instructions on the running of the simulation; the software itself is distributed with a site license for an additional annual license fee (product 7B06D002) – contact Ivey Publishing for pricing and distribution information.