- Former les futurs managers ï¿½ des compï¿½tences qui n'existent pas : les jeux de simulation de gestion comme vecteur d'apprentissage. Barth, Isabelle; G�niaux, Isabelle // Revue Management et Avenir;jun2010, Issue 36, p316
Future French managers are educated in business schools and at the University. Many of them follow specialized courses in management. We notice that courses remain centred on classic knowledge and know-how, in a context of search for efficiency and restricted resource. At the same time, the...
- MBA STUDENT PERCEPTIONS OF SIMULATION COMPLEXITY ON LEARNING AND COURSE SATISFACTION. Cox, Steven M.; Burson, Timothy E.; Brooks, Bradley W.; Rudd, David V. // Proceedings of the Marketing Management Association;2008, p19
Marketing professors who utilize electronic simulations can now choose from simulation options with a wide range of complexity. This research compares student perceptions of simple simulations versus complex simulations regarding key outcome variables: perceived (subjective) content learning,...
- Developing leadership skills in a virtual simulation: coaching the affiliative style leader. Gurley, Kathy; Wilson, Dawn // Journal of Instructional Pedagogies;May2011, Vol. 5, p1
This study looked at the use of a business simulation that focused on improving the leadership skills of students in an MBA class at an HBCU in North Carolina. The students were asked to complete a questionnaire that identified their dominant leadership style. The study then compared the...
- THE NEXT BEST THING. Puto, Christopher // BizEd;May/Jun2004, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p44
Examines the use of computerized business simulation at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Advantages of the program to business students; Details of the program; Issue of the case method commonly used in business schools to assess the business situation of a company. INSETS: After the...
- Enhancing Student Learning of Enterprise Integration and Business Process Orientation through an ERP Business Simulation Game. Seethamraju, Ravi // Journal of Information Systems Education;Spring2011, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p19
The sophistication of the integrated world of work and increased recognition of business processes as critical corporate assets require graduates to develop 'process orientation' and an 'integrated view' of business. Responding to these dynamic changes in business organizations, business schools...
- Project to Intercompare Regional Climate Simulations, Workshop II, 5-6 June 1997. Gutowski Jr, William J.; Takle, Eugene S.; Arritt, Raymond W. // Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society;Apr98, Vol. 79 Issue 4, p657
Presents a summary of a meeting staged by The Project to Intercompare Regional Climate Simulations, which was held on June 5-6, 1997, at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. Focus of the workshop; Sponsors of the workshop.
- The Effects of Human Patient Simulator vs a CD-ROM on Cognition and Performance. Harilal, Kaitnarine; Case, David; Dillon, Elisabeth S.; Ramos, JoAnn; Gegel, Brian T.; Johnson, Don // AANA Journal;Oct2009, Vol. 77 Issue 5, p384
An abstract of the article "The Effects of Human Patient Simulator vs a CD-ROM on Cognition and Performance," by Kaitnarine Harilal and colleagues is presented.
- High-Fidelity Patient Simulation and Nurse Anesthesia Educational Outcomes. Linden, Jeremy R.; Hansen, Andrew P.; Tilley, Lesa R.; Bohan, Kevin J. // AANA Journal;Oct2009, Vol. 77 Issue 5, p390
An abstract of the article "High-Fidelity Patient Simulation and Nurse Anesthesia Educational Outcomes," by Jeremy R. Linden and colleagues is presented.
- LET'S GET MOVING. Baker, Christopher W. // New World of Simulators: Training with Technology;2001, p19
The article focuses on the appearance of a full-motion simulator, which is described as looking like an insect. The cab or room on top sits on the motion base or motion platform. The hydraulic legs provide the simulator's motion. The simulator moves very little to create the feeling of motion....