You come up with a great idea. You take it to market. It flops.
Oh, well—hit reset and try again.
“In general, people don’t learn about complex issues by being told, they learn by actively participating in the process,” says John Sterman, a professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management in Cambridge, Mass.
What’s your best score? I keep going bankrupt!
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