AbstractIndoAmerican Enterprises is a simulation that presents students with a highly structured background but conflicting goals. Groups of students are tasked to solve a problem using different approaches, and the optimal solution for each group conflicts with the solutions identified by other groups. Students then have to reconcile their differences to develop a solution that is acceptable to everyone. The simulation is robust and has been run with a group of 100 students. Large group sizes develop different dynamics and communications strategies than small groups, and these processes are the ultimate learning objectives of the exercise.
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