Research Using In Vivo Simulation of Meta-Organizational Shared Decision Making (SDM) – Task 2: Development of an experimental plan for in vivo exercise and simulation

Recherche sur le partage de décision des méta-organisations en utilisant la simulation in vivo – Tâche 2: Plan expérimental

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Authors
  1. Lemyre, L.
Corporate Authors
Defence R&D Canada - Centre for Security Science, Ottawa ONT (CAN);Ottawa Univ, Ottawa ONT (CAN)
Abstract
This report represents Task 2 of the work stream “Research Using in Vivo Simulation of Meta-Organizational Shared Decision Making (SDM)”, one component of the Technology Innovation Fund (TIF) program on Meta-organizational Collaboration that has been designed to assist in understanding challenges faced by the Canadian Forces (CF). The objective of the stream is to conduct basic research into shared decision making through the analysis of case studies, exercises and simulations. This task2 involved the development of an experimental plan to simulate an in vivo decision making environment of emergency management operations and to collect data on the problem solving processes and outcomes of participants in the simulation. Based on the Model for Inter-organizational Problem Solving developed in Task 1, the experimental plan presents several research questions related to the impact that intra-organizational environment has on the ability to problem solve collaboratively, and, to the impact that collaboration has on improving problem solving outcomes and processes. The plan outlines two research components: 1) Qualitative analyses to identify features and cognitive structures/patterns that guide decisions about extreme events; 2) In vivo simulation of a complex event using a mix of organization types and participants.

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Keywords
Inter-organizational;collaboration;cooperation;coordination;decision making;problem solving;complex situations;TIF;meta-organization
Report Number
DRDC-CSS-CR-2011-31 — Contractor Report
Date of publication
01 Dec 2011
Number of Pages
94
DSTKIM No
CA037384
CANDIS No
537210
Format(s):
Electronic Document(PDF)

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