Prof Meadows will lead participants through a computer-assisted, role playing exercise he has used with senior public officials and corporate managers in over 20 nations. This exercise teaches skills for analyzing complex situations, negotiating, and making short-term long-term tradeoffs in investment. It teaches important lessons about limits to growth. The introduction will be in English, but teams may play the game in German.
This session will be challenging and enlightening – it can accommodate a
group of up to 30 participants.
President, Laboratory for Interactive Learning; Writer; Consultant, Durham, NH||
President, Laboratory for Interactive Learning; Writer; Consultant, Durham, NH
|1969-1972 Member of the faculty, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Business|
| ||Director of the US-USSR Environmental Education Exchange Program in the 1980s|
|1972-1988 Dartmouth College School of Business and School of Engineering|
|1983-1984 Director of the Division of Integrated and Special Studies, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria|
| ||Visiting Scientist to federal organizations in Norway and Netherlands.|