Entrepreneurship education is struggling to define itself, to create a meaningful knowledge base, and to develop, entrepreneurial skills in managers. As an integral part of this process, the utility and appropriate‐ness of various teaching methods are frequently explored. It is suggested that the behavioural simulation technology, which has been successfully used to teach strategic and organisational processes and to diagnose and develop managerial skills, may be appropriate for developing entrepreneurial skills. Empirical data are used to support the argument that behavioural simulations create an appropriate teacher‐learner environment to accomplish many of the learning objectives of entrepreneurship education.
Stumpf, S.S., Dunbar, R.L.M. and Mullen, T.P. (1991), "Developing Entrepreneurial Skills through the Use of Behavioural Simulations", Journal of Management Development, Vol. 10 No. 5, pp. 32-45. https://doi.org/10.1108/02621719110140906Download as .RIS
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