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Everest Report

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The Everest simulations present players with challenges and problems as they climb a virtual Mount Everest, which they must overcome as a team. Students are randomly placed into teams, each are then assigned a different role. Each role has its own personal set of goals to be achieved during the climb, which may conflict with group objectives causing students to experience organisational dynamics and teamwork challenges.

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Physical geography Operations research Simulation Neuropsychology Mount Everest Scientific modelling Decision-making Interpersonal communication Social simulation Business simulation
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Physical geography Operations research Simulation Neuropsychology Mount Everest Scientific modelling Decision-making Interpersonal communication Social simulation Business simulation
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Students are randomly placed into teams, each are then assigned a different role. Each role has its own personal set of goals to be achieved during the climb, which may conflict with group objectives causing students to experience organisational dynamics and teamwork challenges. Reflecting on our two simulations, I am able to see the differences and actions we took and the ramifications that developed. Our first simulation acted as an experiment as we attempted to understand the workings of the simulation and through this our group flaws were unveiled. In the second simulation however, we addressed the mistakes mad...
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