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Everest Simulation Decision Set 6

   

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MGST1301 EVEREST SIMULATION LOGStudent Name: Jia Jia LauStudent Number: 43989906Date Simulation completed: 11 AUGUST 2016Tutorial Number: T22Tutor’s Name: Mr Paul DibleyRoleNameIndividual Score (NB: Fill in this column at the completion of the simulation. These scores do not determine your mark for participation)Team LeaderThomas David Munro 55PhysicianJia Jia Lau 70MarathonerJustine June Son 43Environmental ScientistBen Jones50PhotographerAlice Ben 11Team Score48DO NOT FILL OUT – TO BE FILLED OUT BY MARKERSIMULATION LOG: MARK OUT 10 Level of reporting in the simulation logThe simulation log was incomplete and did not report all decisions made.The simulation log reported decisions but provided no or minimal information about factors and processes.The simulation log reported the decision as well as relevant information about the factors and processes involved in the decision for most rounds/days.The simulation log reported the decision as well as detailed information about the factors and processes involved in the decision for every decision round/day.EVEREST SIMULATION: DECISION SET 1 (i.e. the first set of decisions your team makes)STARTING POSITION (Which camp?)DECISIONSTeam Leader: Base 1 2 3 4 5Physician: Base 1 2 3 4 5Environmentalist: Base 1 2 3 4 5Climbing:Team Leader: Up Down RestPhysician: Up Down RestMedical Supplies: (What supplies and who given to, if any?)Oxygen Canisters:(How many and who given to, if any?)N/AWeather Forecast: (if any?)Time: (How much time was spent analysing and discussing before making decisions?
Everest Simulation Decision Set 6_1

Photographer: Base 1 2 3 4 5Marathoner: Base 1 2 3 4 5Environmentalist: Up Down RestPhotographer: Up Down RestMarathoner: Up Down RestN/A>200FRecord in minutes)4 minutesFACTORS: What factors influenced your decision making? Factors might include individual goals, team goals, current weather conditions, forecast weather conditions, health of individual team members, hiking speed, and other factors. (Suggestion: You could record your team’s conversation on your phone or other recording device to assist with you with writing more comprehensive notes after the simulation)NOTES: Record any other notes about your team’s decision-making processes, communication, leadership, etcEVEREST SIMULATION: DECISION SET 2 (ie the second set of decisions your team makes)STARTING POSITION (Which camp?)DECISIONS (If a player has been rescued, put a line through that player)Every members chose their preferred roles as well as shared the details of their profiles and goals respectivelyPhysician made sure everyone was healthy and medical treatment and supplies were not neededEnvironmentalist forecasted the weather would be 200F – too high (actual weather is 430F) as she didn’t notice that she could actually get to know tomorrow’s actual weather in the weather analyseWe decided to climb up as a team in order to achieve our team goals – reaching the summit in the end of the simulationPhysician and environmentalist were being forced to stay at base camp as they accidentally pressed on the resting button This accident made the team splitting into two groups – physician and marathoner stayed at base camp while team leader, environmentalist and photographer proceeded to camp 1
Everest Simulation Decision Set 6_2

Team Leader: Base 1 2 3 4 5Physician: Base 1 2 3 4 5Environmentalist: Base 1 2 3 4 5Photographer: Base 1 2 3 4 5Marathoner: Base 1 2 3 4 5Climbing:Team Leader: Up Down RestPhysician: Up Down RestEnvironmentalist: Up Down RestPhotographer: Up Down RestMarathoner: Up Down RestMedical Supplies: (What supplies and who given to, if any?)N/AOxygen Canisters:(How many and who given to, if any?)N/AWeather Forecast: (if any?)100F – 200FTime: (How much time was spent analysing and discussing before making decisions? Record in minutes)10 minutesFACTORS: What factors influenced your decision making? Factors might include individual goals, team goals, current weather conditions, forecast weather conditions, health of individual team members, hiking speed, and other factors. (Suggestion: You could record your team’s conversation on your phone or other device to assist with you with writing more comprehensive notes after the simulation).NOTES: Record any other notes about your team’s decision-making processes, communication, leadership etcEnvironmentalist who suffered for weak health decided to stay in order to meet up with physician to get medical supplierPhysician climbed up to camp 1 in order to be at the same position as environmentalist so that she could supply medical treatment to environmentalistPhotographer chose to stay to achieve her individual goal of spending two days at camp 1Team leader opted to rest at camp 1 even though he didn’t have any health issue because he want to keep the whole team togetherMarathoner climbed up to camp 1 in order to meet the teamHiking speed of environmentalist and physician decreased while hiking speed of team leader, photographer and marathoner increasedForecast weather between 100F – 200F (50F lower than actual weather) was a optimal temperature for hiking up
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