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Harvard Business School Publishing  February 18, 2018 – 09:00 am
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In this updated simulation, students design and manage the supply chain of a global phone manufacturer. Global Supply Chain Management Simulation V2 teaches concepts in supply chain design, demand forecasting, resource allocation, and production planning. Updates to the V2 include an improved layout and design, new product options, and enhanced debrief tools for instructors. View details.


Students compete to win a food truck competition while learning about prototyping, learning by doing, and willingness to fail. Ideal for discussions of entrepreneurship, design thinking, innovation, and product development. Created by Michael A. Roberto, the exercise can be played in 20 to 30 minutes on a computer, tablet, or mobile phone. View details.


Authored by Tom Davenport, this single-player simulation teaches students the power of analytics in decision-making. Acting as the brand manager for a laundry detergent, students are tasked with turning around the brand's performance by using sophisticated analytic techniques to understand current issues and determine the best strategy for improving performance. View details.


Core Curriculum consists of individual Readings that cover fundamental concepts, theories, and frameworks that students must study as part of their business education. Approximately 20-30 pages each, Readings include video clips and Interactive Illustrations that help students quickly master complex theories. New features include mobile access, online note-taking for students, and test banks. View details.


Publication of the Graduate School of Business Administration, Harvard University. Vol. VI, No. 3, July 1920. Bulletin No. 20, Bureau of Business ... Expenses in Retail Shoe Stores in 1919
Book (Leopold Classic Library)

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