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Learning from Preparing a Simulation
Paul van Rossem, Consultant, Netherlands, Member
When developing custom simulations, I always notice that the greatest learning moment for the organization is often in the preliminary phase. Small businesses in particular have difficulty describing their processes. It takes a lot of effort to get the data required for a simulation.
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