Personality Types and Total Enterprise Simulation Performance

Philip H. Anderson, Leigh Lawton


Patz. (1990) presented evidence that total enterprise simulations are biased in favor of particular personality types. While the results of this study disagree with Pat/s conclusion as to the particular personality that will perform best on a simulation, support was found for the position that a relationship does exist between personality and performance. The current study used individuals as simulation company managers to eliminate the problems of group effects existing in Patz’s group-managed companies.

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