The exercise itself is implemented by means of a separate structural and procedural organization which is hierarchically structured and distinguishes groups of management, scenario design, evaluation, digital technology and support as well as public relations. Both classic and agile methods of project management are used in the process of organization.
Academic Supervision and Exercise Director:
Responsible for the oversight, steering and implementation of the entire simulation game. Giving theoretical input, applied research and networking within the simulation game.
Exercise Control (ExCon)
Stakeholder management, the acquisition of role players and SME, overall exercise control.
Development of the exercise scenario and the tasks for TA, involvement of the SME.
White Cell (WC)
Control of the inputs and role plays during the exercise.
Exercise Evaluation (ExEval)
Observation and analysis of TA during the exercise; development of a mood using questionnaires and interviews; reporting, feedback and debriefing during and after the simulation.
IT and Real Life Support (RLS)
Clarification of technological, logistical and legal questions before, during and after the exercise; support of TA and the project team in logistical and technical questions.
Public Affairs Officer (PAO)
Press, public relations and marketing; documentation, advertising, preparation and follow-up of information and contact work.
Participating in the simulation in various roles to experience unknown scenario and situations to develop a set of competences, skills and techniques.
Subject Matter Experts (SME)
Experts in a field who give (theoretical) input in advance and/or during the simulation game. Both to organizational team and to Training Audience.
Experts in a field who interact during the simulation game regarding a task the TA has to manage.
The choice of experts depends on the scenario and availability regarding the dates and can vary.
The GLOBE simulation game lives from the international cooperation of universities. In the last years of the simulation game some partners could be gained, who have become an integral and important part of GLOBE today. The universities are participating twofold, as part of the organizational team to organize the event, and as part of the Training Audience to experience the simulation.
The following shows an overview of the current academic partners, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj, Rumania; Hellenic Mediterranean University, Crete, Greece; University of Glasgow, UK; Hochschule des Bundes für öffentliche Verwaltung, Mannheim, Germany; OTH Regensburg, Germany.