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Career Concepts and Total Enterprise Simulation Performance

  title={Career Concepts and Total Enterprise Simulation Performance},
  author={Alan L. Patz and John Milliman and Michaela Driver},
Personal needs, reflected in career concepts, are added to information processing and decision making preferences in order to enhance the explanation of total enterprise (TE) simulation performance. All career, preference, and performance measures are from a sample of predominantly full-time employed MBA students in a capstone business policy course. Their individual career concepts combined into group averages significantly enhance the explanation of group TE performance results (B - .871… 

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