Designing a Game to Reveal an Individual's Ethical Qualities   B.J. Schone Qualcomm Incorporated http:// www.eLearningWeek...
<ul><li>Essentially, if we can create an &quot;open&quot; game environment where people are free to make their own decisio...
The Game The game would be a financial simulation where the learner (a new financial analyst or manager) is encouraged to ...
The simulation would revolve around a mock stock trading site. B.J. Schone, Qualcomm Incorporated http://www.eLearningWeek...
Learners would be instructed to play the game as if it were a real-life scenario.  B.J. Schone, Qualcomm Incorporated http...
At some point during the simulation, the learner would be “accidentally” exposed to insider information.* ! * In theory, a...
Observation and Analysis <ul><li>Make note of the learner’s decisions as they play the game. </li></ul><ul><li>Did they us...
Observation and Analysis <ul><li>Follow-up with the learner about their experience. </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Were they happy ...
Thanks for taking a look! B.J. Schone Qualcomm Incorporated http:// www.eLearningWeekly.com
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  1. 1. Designing a Game to Reveal an Individual's Ethical Qualities B.J. Schone Qualcomm Incorporated http:// www.eLearningWeekly.com
  2. 2. <ul><li>Essentially, if we can create an &quot;open&quot; 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. </li></ul>B.J. Schone, Qualcomm Incorporated http://www.eLearningWeekly.com
  3. 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. 4. The simulation would revolve around a mock stock trading site. B.J. Schone, Qualcomm Incorporated http://www.eLearningWeekly.com
  5. 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. 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. 7. Observation and Analysis <ul><li>Make note of the learner’s decisions as they play the game. </li></ul><ul><li>Did they use the insider information to get ahead of their peers? </li></ul>B.J. Schone, Qualcomm Incorporated http://www.eLearningWeekly.com
  8. 8. Observation and Analysis <ul><li>Follow-up with the learner about their experience. </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Were they happy with the outcome of the game? </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Would they change anything they did? </li></ul></ul><ul><li>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. </li></ul>B.J. Schone, Qualcomm Incorporated http://www.eLearningWeekly.com
  9. 9. Thanks for taking a look! B.J. Schone Qualcomm Incorporated http:// www.eLearningWeekly.com

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