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Learning and Simulation Games

This research aims to understand the most effective ways to enhance learning in developing knowledge and ultimately building competencies. It has been shown that learning may be enhanced by adopting a variety of methods and formats (blended learning). Technology, in the form of simulation games, is crucial in enhancing learning. These approaches and methods may be adopted in human resource management processes to increase the capacity for knowledge creation. This has the potential to contribute to the development of the UK’s workforce competencies and the UK’s competitiveness.

References to the research:

Loon, M., Evans, J. and Kerridge, C. (under review), The effectiveness of simulation games in enhancing learning: An empirical examination

Evans, J., Kerridge, C. and Loon, M. (2013), Campus based students’ perspectives on strategic management simulation: A contextual study, World Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 12-24.

Casimir, G., Lee, K., and Loon, M. (2012), Knowledge sharing: Influences of trust, commitment and cost. Journal of Knowledge Management. Vol. 16, No. 5, pp. 740 – 753