management game

management game

[′man·ij·mənt ‚gām]
(industrial engineering)
A training exercise in which prospective decision makers act out managerial decision-making roles in a simulated environment. Also known as business game; operational game.
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WBM games series includes "World Basketball Manager," a classic old school sport management game, and "WBM Tycoon," a fresh look in sport strategy games that combines the classic manager game with the financial management and development of a Tycoon type game.
This will be the fifth in the series for the city-building and political management game.
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But how many coaches take the time to develop a risk management game plan in case something goes wrong during a practice or game?
If you begin your main management game with a game of liar's poker, when are your people ever going to learn to tell the truth?

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