Nanyang Technological University students at play
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Video games 'aid business skills'

Playing the right kinds of video games can help develop valuable business skills such as problem-solving, planning and decision-making, a new study suggests.

Complex puzzle games are good at developing the kind of brain functions needed to succeed in a business environment, according to the report from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore,

Michael Patterson, the study's senior author, explained his findings to the BBC's Ashleigh Nghiem.

  • 04 Jul 2014