Learning to Teach Lean Management through Games: Systematic Literature Review

Authors

  • Pedro José Martínez Jurado Centro Universitario de la Defensa de Zaragoza
  • José Moyano Fuentes Universidad de Jaén

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4995/wpom.v8i0.7199

Keywords:

Research, Lean Management, Teaching, Simulation/Games, Systematic Literature Review

Abstract

The mail goal of this work is to analyze and synthesize the research on teaching methods of Lean Management through games. For this a systematic literature review has been carried out. The main results show: a) A classification of the literature and the main topics consi- dered, b) a bibliometric analysis, and c) a discussion of the empirical evidence. Finally, we propose new opportunities and challenges that should be addressed by future research.

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2017-06-07

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Martínez Jurado, P. J., & Moyano Fuentes, J. (2017). Learning to Teach Lean Management through Games: Systematic Literature Review. WPOM-Working Papers on Operations Management, 8, 164–170. https://doi.org/10.4995/wpom.v8i0.7199

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