The Relationship between Financial Performance and Other Measures of Learning on a Simulation Exercise

Philip H. Anderson, Leigh Lawton


Analysis was conducted to assess the relationship between financial performance on a business simulation exercise and various other measures of student learning. Financial performance was represented by a composite performance score that rated student companies based on net income. ROI. and ROA achieved In a competitive, computer-based management simulation. Little or no relationship was found between the performance score and the other measurements used to assess student learning.

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