Content and execution

Overall, the simulation game focuses on perception, decision-making and problem solving within a scenario of a humanitarian crisis.

During the exercise, a variety of dynamic events and inputs are simulated and supplemented by classic organizational tasks (situation description, planning tasks, project management).

 

The students taking part in the simulation, the so-called Training Audience (TA), assume roles on different levels of an international organization, such as an NGO or Think Tank. In further addition, various role-players and subject matter experts (SME) are integrated into the exercise scenario.

 

A division of the TA allows for the simulation of cross-border cooperation via virtual communication channels such as web-based conference calls, email, or project management tools. Additionally, the TA gains an overall understanding of the cooperation and communication between different organizational levels and units.

Globe 3 akteure Modell

 

*Previous implementations of GLOBE reflected the deployment of the United Nations in Afghanistan (UNAMA). An example of the organizational structure within the framework of the UNAMA mission is shown here.

 

A distinguished working and communication structure should be created and maintained even under dynamic conditions. A central part of this process is a comprehensive understanding of the differences between strategic and operational fields of action and responsibilities in order to act according to each distinguished role and the corresponding area of responsibility.

 

Globe Porzess Schema

*For a better comprehensibility, an example of a natural disaster within the context of the UNAMA mission is illustrated here.

 

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