The Use of War Game Simulations for Business Strategies
War gaming, long used by military organizations to test strategies without actual combat, are now being used by nonmilitary private and public sector organizations to support the formulation of potentially high-impact decisions and plans. This chapter defines war gaming approaches, describes their application in two case studies, and identifies specific situations that they can effectively address.
KeywordsBusiness Strategy Homeland Security Precision Medicine Scenario Planning Public Sector Organization
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