publication . Other literature type . 2016

Simulation Games Usage for Decision Support: Example of the Near Beer Game

Zoroja, Jovana; Majdandžić, Matea;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2016 Journal: International Journal of Digital Technology & Economy, volume 1, issue 2 (issn: 2459-5934, eissn: 2584-332X, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: University College Algebra
Abstract
Simulation games present valuable pedagogical tool in many different areas, e. g. education, finance, production, sales, supply chain, and employment process. The main reason for their usage is that theoretical knowledge is not enough to understand the business processes. Simulation games improve learnig, since they actively involve participants in virtual world and encourage them to apply theoretical knowledge and facilitate their understanding of business processes. Use of simulation games is increasing every year, especially in students’ and managers’ education, as they enable participants to acquire new skills and learn how to make decision through practice....
Subjects
free text keywords: simulation games; decision support; education; the near beer game
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