Project execution game (PEG): training towards managing unexpected events
Purpose - Games are an effective teaching and classroom training tool, since they allow students to practise real-life events. In the area of project management, most games focus on the planning phase of a project. The current paper aims to describe a new game, called PEG - Project Execution Game. The uniqueness of this game is its focus on real world problems during the project's execution. Design/methodology/approach - The Project Execution Game provides the "players" with a set of realistic,...[Show more]
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