Using Management Games
This is a guide to different types of management training games, from those designed to increase group effectiveness, such as icebreakers, puzzles and communication games, to others for developing organizational awareness or interpersonal skills, such as simulations or role-plays.
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Simulation Games and Learning in Production Management
Jens Ove Riis
Limited preview - 1995