Abstract: Research was carried out in order to determine if a relationship existed between the use of specific system thinking tools and Kolb learning styles. Subjects were university students who played the B & B Enterprise game, took the Kolb Learning Styles Inventory and responded to a questionnaire. These questions related to both the frequency and preferences of use of specified system thinking tools and learning styles. The results revealed that for some of the learning style orientations a significant relationship with use and preferences of system thinking tools existed. These results indicate that further study is needed to clarify any differences in relationships between groups and between frequency and preferences. It is thought that if a set of relationships can be identified, such knowledge could facilitate the introduction of systems thinking and system dynamics to selected groups within an organization. Keywords [Systems thinking, system dynamics, Kolb Learning Styles]