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The Battle for Wireless Health

Fuld & Company facilitated a war game simulation on Wireless Health between four leading US business schools. The war game stress tested how the strategies of Bosch, GE Healthcare, Independa and Medtronic would position their brands in an environment of increasing healthcare costs and rapidly growing mobile healthcare market valued at 1.5 billion in 2009. Each team worked to indentify how the firms they represented in the war game could add enough value to earn profits for their companies over the next 3 years.

Event Overview

Now showing:The Battle for Wireless Health; April 20, 2012

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Companies Represented in the Game

Student teams represented Bosch, Medtronic, Independa and GE Healthcare.

Companies Represented

Student Teams

Student teams of 10 participated from Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, Sloan School of Management at MIT and Yale School of Management.

Student Teams from Kellogg, Tuck, Sloan and Yale

War Game Observers

Industry leaders from both consumer packaged goods and pharmaceutical companies were invited to attend:

PWG2012   Observers

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