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Accounting Monopoly
Students play monopoly, but are required to record all transactions via journal entries. Students make a trial balance and worksheet as a culminating activity.

The Advertising Artwork of Dr. Seuss
This collection includes artwork done by Dr. Seuss for companies such as Ford, General Electric, Macy, NBC, and Standard Oil, among others.

Business Feud
Students play a “Family Feud” type game as a review of important information in an Intro. to Business class.

Business Lessons from the Barnyard
"Animals, Inc. is a humorous parable that offers serious lessons for business leaders: Support your best workers, honor even the least prestigious roles, and don't "reward" great employees by promoting them into the wrong positions. In this interview, authors Kenneth A. Tucker and Vandana Allman explain how imaginary animals symbolize executives and managers, the decisions they make, and the problems they face."

Debits & Credits
This page contains a silly story to help students remember the difference between debits and credits.

Gallup Management Journal
Contains tons of useful articles related to business management.

Job Applications
This simulation activity gives students the opportunity to evaluate good and bad applications as they “hire” potential employees.

Job Searching Unit
Students simulate a job search, including mock interviews.

Knowledge Management & Information Management: The Differences
A short article that discusses the important differences between managing information and managing people (and refers to Lave & Wenger's concept of boundary objects).

Market Research Activity
A marketing activity from Junior Achievement, available in .pdf, that includes teacher-led activities, discussion, and a student worksheet related to market research and targeted marketing.

The Marketing Teacher
This site contains nice diagrams depicting a variety of marketing principles.

Moving Out
This lesson gives students a taste of reality by asking students to simulate (and graph expenses related to) “moving out.”

National Business Education Association Online Policy Statements
Check out Policy Statement #68. It caught my attention because I liked the format, but I also think this might be useful in terms of providing a set of multiple "lenses" through which staff could view themselves.

Smith Weaver Smith: Accelerated Cultural Transformation—Knowledge Mapping: A Practical Overview
This article defines knowledge mapping, outlines (literally) a rationale for using it, lists its key principles, outlines how to go about mapping knowledge, and offers tips and tricks for using knowledge mapping as a business strategy.

World Wide Learn
Offers tips for selecting a career and links to online career assessment inventories.