After completing this module successfully, students are able to evaluate the applicability of different types of business games in the context of specific use cases. More specifically, students are able to evaluate the requirements for such business games, develop technical design concepts and model the core components of business games. Furthermore, after taking this module, students are able to perform business simulations using system dynamics tools.
|Number of credit hours per week||2|
|Presence of students||On-campus|
- Introduction of different types of business games - Introduction of multiple didactic concepts that are implemented in business games - Modeling approaches for business games - Technical structure and architecture of business games - Development of design concepts for business games - Performing simulations using system dynamics tools - Implementation of simple business game simulation models - Project management for developing and operating business games
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Basic knowledge in modeling (ARIS, UML), basic knowledge in programing (Java, C), basic knowledge in project management