PSG Extended and tested at University College London
At University College of London, I have the pleasure to teach to a small but excellent group of hard-working and motivated students. As usual, we used the Project Scheduling Game as a tool to learn to cope with project complexity and uncertainty, but we also tested a new extension of our PSG game in class, with promising results. The schedule was as follows:
Journal of Modern Project Management - Issue 3, 2014
In the new third issue of the Journal of Modern Project Management (JMPM), a new article titled "Blended learning in Project Management: An overview of the Operations Research & Scheduling group" has been published. The article gives an overview of the research and teaching work done at the Operations Research and Scheduling group from the Faculty of Economics and Business Admininstration at Ghent University.
In a blog of 1.5 years ago, we proudly wrote that the latest version of the Project Scheduling Game (PSG) moved from Ghent to Antwerp to London and finally to Paris! Today, only 1.5 years later, we have played the game in various other countries in Europe, but also - for the very first time - in South America!