Executive Evaluation of Student Learning in the Looking Glass Simulation

Diana Page, Ralph M. Roberts


This study measures the effects of involving beginning management students in a management simulation, The Looking Glass. A control and experimental group of students were compared in a pre and posttest situation. They responded to the question, what does a manager in a mid to large organization do on a daily basis? Executives of mid to large organizations and professors evaluated the student data. Data analysis indicated significant gains in student knowledge between the two groups.

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