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0 Introduction Most famously known as the tallest mountain in the world, Mt. Everest stands at 8,848 m. The Everest Simulation is a team-based game that teaches group dynamic and leadership in an updated user experience. Five students are each allocated a specific role such as the leader, the photographer, the environmentalist, the physician and the marathon runner. Through the duration of the six-day climb, members were faced with a variety of challenges including health, weather and resourcing. Depending on the effectiveness on team work of sharing information and collaborating ideas determines the outcome of if they decide to progress to the next base camp and survive the climb. During my experience, I acted as the team leader who guided the team and authorised final decisions. Overall, I accomplished an individual score of 75%...
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