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Learning by Playing > Designing Simulations

Designing Simulations

When designing your simulation, first select and define your themes and goals. Then begin the design process by choosing techniques, identifying your scoring and feedback procedures, and finally, defining your debrief process (see the Designing Simulations Model opposite).

Choosing a Simulation

The choice of a simulation involves clearly defining one's goals. Determine the key issues within the organization. What is the context? Is there a major cultural change? A total organizational transformation needed in order to become a smoothly run organization? A need to learn a new skill? Does the organization want to introduce new leadership behaviors for a new culture and, therefore, make the leadership goals more participative? Or should the leadership model be limited to that of a strategic planning focus?


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