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Bj Schone Ils Design Challenge2008
Bj Schone Ils Design Challenge2008
Bj Schone Ils Design Challenge2008
Bj Schone Ils Design Challenge2008
Bj Schone Ils Design Challenge2008
Bj Schone Ils Design Challenge2008
Bj Schone Ils Design Challenge2008
Bj Schone Ils Design Challenge2008
Bj Schone Ils Design Challenge2008
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Bj Schone Ils Design Challenge2008

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B.J. Schone's submission for the 2008 DevLearn ILS Challenge

B.J. Schone's submission for the 2008 DevLearn ILS Challenge

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  • 1. Designing a Game to Reveal an Individual's Ethical Qualities B.J. Schone Qualcomm Incorporated http:// www.eLearningWeekly.com
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    • Essentially, if we can create an "open" game environment where people are free to make their own decisions, we can observe if they tend to take the (morally) right or wrong path.
    B.J. Schone, Qualcomm Incorporated http://www.eLearningWeekly.com
  • 3. The Game The game would be a financial simulation where the learner (a new financial analyst or manager) is encouraged to compete against peers to achieve a maximum return on investment. B.J. Schone, Qualcomm Incorporated http://www.eLearningWeekly.com
  • 4. The simulation would revolve around a mock stock trading site. B.J. Schone, Qualcomm Incorporated http://www.eLearningWeekly.com
  • 5. Learners would be instructed to play the game as if it were a real-life scenario. B.J. Schone, Qualcomm Incorporated http://www.eLearningWeekly.com
  • 6. At some point during the simulation, the learner would be “accidentally” exposed to insider information.* ! * In theory, an ethical person would not use this information for profit. B.J. Schone, Qualcomm Incorporated http://www.eLearningWeekly.com
  • 7. Observation and Analysis
    • Make note of the learner’s decisions as they play the game.
    • Did they use the insider information to get ahead of their peers?
    B.J. Schone, Qualcomm Incorporated http://www.eLearningWeekly.com
  • 8. Observation and Analysis
    • Follow-up with the learner about their experience.
      • Were they happy with the outcome of the game?
      • Would they change anything they did?
    • Make a decision based on their actions in the game and their responses in the follow-up survey to determine if this is an ethical individual.
    B.J. Schone, Qualcomm Incorporated http://www.eLearningWeekly.com
  • 9. Thanks for taking a look! B.J. Schone Qualcomm Incorporated http:// www.eLearningWeekly.com

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