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This holiday season, parents who bought Sony's PlayStation 3, Nintendo's Wii, Microsoft's Xbox 360, or the latest online game need not feel guilty. It turns out young people -- and adults -- aren't always just wasting time when they're playing video games. Whether they're tapping away on video game controllers or the keys of their computers in popular online games, today's game players are acquiring skills that companies increasingly value as the gaming generation enters the workforce.
"For instance, supply chain software and customer relationship software could allow decision-makers to immerse themselves in the real-world simulations, judging cause and effect before making decisions."
Hopefully they would base the results on real world data and not what they are teaching in business school. Garbage in Garbage out:)