There is growing interest in combining computer simulation models with conventional case studies to create learning environments for management education. ‘Model’ here denotes an endogenous theory of business dynamics, a simulation microworld, and not merely a spreadsheet or multimedia computer environment. Model-supported case studies promise improvement in strategic thinking skills and better integration of modeling…

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Model Supported Case Studies for Management Education Graham, Alan K., John D. W. Morecroft, Peter M. Senge, and John D. Sterman. European Journal of Operational Research Vol. 59, No. 1 (1992): 151-166. Abstract There is growing interest in combining computer simulation models with conventional case studies to create learning environments for management education. ‘Model’ here…

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Collaborating for Systemic Change Senge, Peter M., Benyamin B. Lichtenstein, Katrin Kaeufer, Hilary Bradbury and John S. Carroll. MIT Sloan Management Review, January 2007. We’ve come to expect a lot of our leaders. Top executives, the thinking goes, should have the intellectual capacity to make sense of unfathomably complex issues, the imaginative powers to paint…

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