Total enterprise simulations are often used and included as graded elements by instructors in business degree capstone “policy courses” under the assumption that their use enriches the learning experience. This suggests a belief that people who perform best in simulations have learned how to play the game better. The studies reported on here attempt to determine and evaluate the relationship between learning and simulation performance. These studies have consistently found that, while simulation‐related learning does occur, there appears to be no direct, positive relationship between the two variables. Suggestions for further research are proposed.
Washbush, J. and Gosen, J. (1998), "Total enterprise simulation performance and participant learning ", Journal of Workplace Learning, Vol. 10 No. 6/7, pp. 314-319. https://doi.org/10.1108/13665629810236264Download as .RIS
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