EXERCISING TEAMS IN MILITARY SYSTEMS THROUGH THE USE OF SIMULATION.
SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT CORP SANTA MONICA CALIF
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Contents Part I, Planning for Team Training in the System Development Process, by W. C. Biel, explains why analyses and decisions about training must be made early in the design of an operational system so that the types of training around which Parts II and III are focused can be well designed and ready when needed. Part II, Designing and Implementing the System Model, by H. H. Harman, details the design of team-training programs, and reports that this design follows analysis and planning. Part III, The Evaluation of Training in a Simulated Environment, by M. S. Sheldon, discusses problems associated with the evaluation of team training or system exercising. Papers given at the session on Exercising the man in the system synthetically of the meeting of the American Psychological Association held in Los Angeles, California, September 7-9, 1964