Yes-No Project – Project Management Simulation

The Yes-No Project, Project Management Simulation is an online Project Management simulation. It can take as little as 30 minutes to complete. Project Management is a complex and dynamic subject. It cannot be taught solely by classroom lectures, books, or case studies. Teaching Project Management theory is easy, but no two projects are the same. Project Management Simulations are required for students to learn through experience, and online simulations can help a class of several hundred students experience project management.

Yes-No Project Simulation Now Available

The Yes-No Project Simulation was originally developed as a classroom based simulation. It was designed to allow a class of 150 of students to experience project management within an hour lecture. The simulation has now been further developed to be an online simulation. The simulation links could also be sent to students to attempt between classes. Download a marketing Yes No Simulation Flier here.

What is it? Who is it for? How Long Does it Take?

The Yes-No Project Simulation is a test of applying consistent answers to a series of common project management situations. Should you sub-contract? Should you get some training? There are 12 questions that need Yes or No answers.

The simulation is designed for Project Management students. Project Team members who may be learning about project management would also benefit. A team-building course is an ideal situation to use the simulation. The simulation takes around 30 minutes to complete the first time. It can be repeated much faster, allowing for multiple repetitions to hone a strategy.


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Experiential Learning is Learning by Doing. The Yes/No Simulation tests the ability of people to experiences different project management dilemmas as they progress a project to completion.

Posted On: 30th November 2017

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