Transcript of "Systems Dynamics as a Boundary Object@BAM 2010"
BAM 2010 <br />The boundary role of simulation models and the influence of the modelling approach<br />Developmental Paper<br />Track: Organizational Studies <br />Dr Maria Kapsali at firstname.lastname@example.org<br />
The questions <br />- The roles simulation models can play in health care planning – BO, EO, RO, TO a) Stakeholder diversity and distanceinfluence the choice of modelling approach b) The link between the type of modelling and the role of the model <br />
Issues in the questions <br />Choice of planning model Uncertainty Complexity and aggregation Level of abstraction SD/DES Stakeholders Heterogeneity The levels of interest and background coalition Communities of interest and communities of practice <br />3<br />
The social roles of the model <br />The Boundary Object<br />The Epistemic Object <br />The Representative Object <br />The Technical Object <br />
Questions for discussion <br />What is the actual “journey” of the roles through the modelling process? Is it a parade, an interchange, mixed ad-hoc or is it many roles simultaneously to different people? Is there a dominant (and other lesser) paths? <br />How exactly do we define representation? Which are its elements, its function and the links with the others? <br />Other questions? <br />
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