Consistency in Intent: Learning Objectives at the 1994 Intercollegiate Business Policy Competition

Stephen J. Snyder, Wayne Label


The degree of correlation between learning objectives for three different groups involved in a business simulation is explored. Preliminary analysis found that players, faculty advisors and judges of a simulation had the same basic learning objectives. These results and others gleaned from a survey given at the 30th annual International Collegiate Business Policy Competition are explored.

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