MercuryNews.com | 05/10/2005 | Game skills pay off in real life

MercuryNews.com | 05/10/2005 | Game skills pay off in real life:

"At the Charles Schwab company's call-center headquarters in Phoenix, human resources vice president Chip Luman has learned a secret about financial services technology and the employees who operate it:

Video-game players often display exceptional business skills.

``The people who play games are into technology, can handle more information, can synthesize more complex data, solve operational design problems, lead change and bring organizations through change,'' said Luman, 38."