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MGMT1001 Everest Report

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The purpose of this simulations is to help students get the deeper understanding of the theories demonstrated in MGMT1001 and allow students to apply these theories in the real-world context.

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Industrial and organizational psychology Leadership Operations research Simulation Physical geography Mount Everest Scientific modelling Virtual team Politics Topography Sinuo Huang
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Industrial and organizational psychology Leadership Operations research Simulation Physical geography Mount Everest Scientific modelling Virtual team Politics Topography Sinuo Huang
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The assessment was divided by two separate simulations, which were Everest 1 and Everest 2, each simulation had the same contents and same group members with different communication methods. The purpose of this simulations is to help students get the deeper understanding of the theories demonstrated in MGMT1001 and allow students to apply these theories in the real- world context. Overall, the report will critically discuss the main reasons why the team (233) got the low result in the first simulation (50%), and even got the lower result (48%) of the second simulation through the concepts of leadership and strategies ((Appe...
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