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“The game is designed for use in teaching participants to appreciate the interrelationships of marketing, finance, and production in short-run decisions and Iong-range planning” (Graham/Gray 1969, 180)

“This competitive business logistics game involves four companies which make garnets, a consumer durable product, for sale in five market areas. Each team has a manufacturing plant in one of the four regions which are equidistant from the larger…

“This game shows the importance of team effort and good communications, the value of long-range planning, and the complexity and interrelationship of many factors confronting managers in making decisions” (Graham/Gray 1969, 182)

“This game is designed to provide participants with simulated competitive bidding and decision-making experience gained under the pressure of time and changing circumstances” (Graham/Gray 1969, 184)

“This simulation is designed to describe the competitive environment and conflicting economic factors within which a firm's major resource allocation and facility location decisions are made. The role of logistics and facility location decisions is…

“This game provides participants with experience in making major merchandising decisions in the operation of a retail department store chain. […] This game is adapted from Paul S. Greenlaw, "The Kroger Company," Supermarket Decision Simulation, 1959”…

„The Business Management Laboratory gives the participants experience in coordinating many facets of a complex business enterprise. Emphasis is on the need to balance management activity without slighting important areas. A less obvious but equally…

“This simulation is designed to point out communication and organizational problems to the players. It also allows the players to sharpen their communication skills in an interactive environment. It also allows them to set expectations and to see how…

“This game provides participants with experience in preparing and coordinating top management decisions in key areas and management of large companies in an industry that serves the domestic market exclusively” (Graham/Gray 1969, 189)

“The game was designed originally to train buyers in the purchase of products to be retailed. It gives participants experience in forecasting, setting safety stocks, determining what information they require, and making decisions under pressure. It…

“The game is designed to illustrate the problems involved in managing a large property disposal activity, such as those which dispose of excess aeronautical or military material through donation, scrap, sale, or transfer. The objective is to minimize…

“The computer-assisted simulation model is designed to demonstrate typical problems in managing an industrial production system.” (Graham/Gray 1969, 274)

“The model is designed to illustrate and provide experience in making decisions in a wholesale supply system.” (Graham/Gray 1969, 276)

“The purpose of this exercise is to give the participant experience in handling typical problems involved in managing a maintenance activity, such as an army depot which provides maintenance and supply for the installation in its area.” (Graham/Gray…

“CAPERTSIM is designed primarily to acquaint participants with the principles and uses of PERT and to provide experience in making time-cost trade-off decisions.” (Graham/Gray 1969, 280)

“The training purpose is to give participants experience in situations which require such investment evaluation techniques as cash flow (present value), pay-back, and return on investment. They apply the investment analysis techniques while…

“A parts replacement policy is required for each of four items of equipment. Four possible policies are considered, two of which include a variable number of hours. Final decisions may be based on the results of computer simulation of cost experience…

“This simulation provides a model by which the relationship between specified reliability and maintenance costs can be studied objectively.” (Graham/Gray 1969, 284)

“This game is designed to demonstrate typical problems of a hotel. It stresses long-range planning and the need for the establishment of operating goals.” (Graham/Gray 1969, 292)

“The game is essentially designed to provide supervisors and managers with practice in a collective bargaining situation. Emphasis is placed on the wording of contractual clauses. Prescribed decisions very closely simulate those made in actual…
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