Why does a business simulation expand your mental models?

 In the current VUCA context, where continuous learning is what matters, expanding our mental models becomes essential to gain tolerance, flexibility and adaptation. Halfway between a pure game and a pure simulation, the game/simulation, commonly in a business simulation format, provides invaluable help. Simulation is popularly defined as a partial representation of reality which selects essential …

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Emotional Intelligence

  Howard Gardner publishes in 1983 Frames of Mind establishing by the first time its theory of the multiple intelligences. In a later work, he summarizes them in the following way (Gardner, 1993): Linguistic Intelligence, Logical-mathematical Intelligence, Spatial Intelligence, Musical Intelligence, Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence, Interpersonal Intelligence and Intrapersonal Intelligence. Of the seven, we are concerned about …

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