“Investor Expectation Score” based on a company’s success in meeting or beating the five investor-expected performance targets each year.
Every decision round, companies have the opportunity to qualify for two special bonus point awards that can boost their company’s overall game-to-date score.
Both bonus awards are a part of the simulation scoreboard, are calculated and awarded automatically to qualifying companies, and shown as an addition or adjustment to a company’s overall score.
The five weights translate into 20 points out of 100 for each of the 5 performance measures, with the sum of the points adding to a total of 100 points.
There is an option on your Administrative Menu for each “industry” that allows you to alter these weights however you see fit.
You may find it desirable to scale the company grades if competition turns out to be so fierce or cutthroat that companies in the industry can’t earn profits that meet investors’ performance expectations and thus end up with “low” overall game-to-date scores. scores, Game-to-Date B-I-I scores, Game-to-Date Overall Scores, and industry rankings (based on the Overall Scores) are shown on the same page as the Administration Menu for each “industry” you have created for your class or classes.
In most of our classes, we end up scaling the performance scores of companies with overall scores below 70, but there is usually at least one company with a score above 90 (clearly meriting an A)—hence scaling the grades on the upper end of the industry rankings is typically unnecessary. A Scoreboard Box containing the same information is always prominently displayed on each company’s Corporate Lobby page (the first screen they see when they log on at
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Again, the performance scores are based on the weights/points assigned to each of the 5 performance measures, with the sum of the points on the 5 measures adding to 100.