Can Games Teach Organizational Behavior?<br />
Why Games?<br />Games can be personalized to be better adjust to the learner.<br />Games engage the player emotionally and...
What games already do?<br />
What games don’t do?<br />
Howwould I helpsolvingthisgap?<br />Custodial<br />Model<br />Autocratic Model<br />Stories<br />Story<br />Creation<br />...
Context<br />
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Claudia Ribeiro

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

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