Using war games for effective management

War games — we remember the 1980s movie with Matthew Broderick . . . or the board game Risk . . . or even chess.

War games have been around forever, particularly for the military.

Increasingly, however, many people are looking at war games to help them make strategic decisions or to help them accomplish their missions more effectively.

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Tomorrow morning at 10 a.m. on Federal News Radio’s Government IT Solutions Spotlight, our own Chris Dorobek and Adam Tuss talk to Mark Herman, a vice president at Booz Allen Hamilton and one of the world recognized leaders on war games.


Herman is author of a new book, Wargaming for Leaders.

Host Adam Tuss tells us why you should plan on tuning in.