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Has anyone played the Quality Board Game?

  • Thread starter qualitygoddess - 2010
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qualitygoddess - 2010

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thequalitygame . com/pages/1/index.htm

Here's the link. Has anyone tried this game for teaching people problem-solving? Is it worth $395?
 

WALLACE

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qualitygoddess said:
Has anyone tried this game for teaching people problem-solving? Is it worth $395?
:lmao: I get a good laugh out of this kind of stuff.
It never ceases to amaze me regarding, people actually believing that this stuff is a communicative tool. :lmao:
Hey, if you have failed to communicate quality by all other means, try the game: sounds cheesy doesn't it?
Wallace.
 
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qualitygoddess - 2010

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WALLACE said:
:lmao: I get a good laugh out of this kind of stuff.
It never ceases to amaze me regarding, people actually believing that this stuff is a communicative tool. :lmao:
Hey, if you have failed to communicate quality by all other means, try the game: sounds cheesy doesn't it?
Wallace.
Is does sound a bit cheesy, but I was actually thinking about using it in an academic setting with undergrad students, many of whom have never set foot inside a manufacturing plant. I think they think the stuff on the shelves at the stores magically appears "in the back" and someone puts it on the shelf so it can be bought. When I show them pictures of plastic injection molding equipment, I get the strangest looks and tons of questions. Who ever thought stuff got 'made by a process'??

BTW, the maker of the game lives in HI. Now that ain't so tough, especially since I am still waiting for WI to decide to have spring!
 
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