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Game Principle As A Factor In Generating Managerial Initiatives

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Role-playing games Games of a heuristic model Group decision-oriented games Cooperative games
Focused on the development of certain behavioral skills in conditions that simulate a real situation. Minimum information needed to solve the problem. No list of possible alternatives, no instructions.The goal is to find a way to overcome the inertia of thinking. It is much harder to see a problem than to find a solution The game aims to activate the processes of collective thinking. The strategies used are: “individual – group” and “group – individual” Focused on the search for compromise solutions. The goal is to identify sustainable and effective compromises that could become the basis of a cooperative agreement
Games that simulate a conflict situation: Mobilization games: Organizational and activity games: Computer business games:
Based on the purposeful use of the conflict mechanism to solve a problem. Successful application in practice is largely determined by the qualities of the person taking charge of the conflict management. Focused on resolving problem situations arising in extreme conditions. The main task is to identify the most important current needs and how to concentrate all the main resources on them Organization-oriented games. The participants' ability of systemic integrated planning is important, as well as the ability to think in terms of the future Held in the system “Man – computer”. Game development and results are determined by the capabilities of a computer program
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