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    • Can Games Teach Organizational Behavior?
    • Why Games?
      Games can be personalized to be better adjust to the learner.
      Games engage the player emotionally and cognitively => they represent a natural way to provoke behavior change.
      Games are played by people with an average age of 35 years old.
      “Until you engage someone emotionally as well as cognitively, you cannot effect behavior change.”
      - Sharon Slone
      “Games are the most elevated form of investigation”
      - Einstein
    • What games already do?
    • What games don’t do?
    • Howwould I helpsolvingthisgap?
      Custodial
      Model
      Autocratic Model
      Stories
      Story
      Creation
      Engine
      Domain Model
      Game Engine
      <story>
      <characters>
      </characters>
      <objects>
      </objects>
      </story>
      <storyRules>
      <storyRules>
      Supportive
      Model
      Collegial
      Model
      Game
      Model
      Characters
      <story>
      <characters>
      </characters>
      <objects>
      </objects>
      </story>
      <storyRules>
      <storyRules>
      Locations
      Events
      Objects
    • Context