Simulation design london

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Simulation design london

  1. 1. Simulation in service design <br />Did you know .....? <br />What does it do exactly .....? <br />..... The simulation can help communicate complex knowledge and ideas, learn, experiment, make visualizations of new ideas, test them and predict therefore being a tool for cooperation <br />Partners<br />Model<br />Project A<br />Phase 1: Boundary & Epistemic object roles <br />Phase 2: Representative & Epistemic object roles <br />Phase 3: Representative & Technical object roles<br />Maria Kapsali<br />Tim Bolt (University of Southampton) <br />Steffen Bayer<br />Sally Brailsford (University of Southampton)<br />Project B<br />Phase 1: Technical object roles (Boundary & Representative)<br />Phase 2: Technical object roles (Boundary & Representative) <br />Phase 3: Representative & Technical object roles <br />..... That simulation is a boundary object between different communities of professionals within healthcare service projects? <br />In different phases of the project it takes a different combination of these functions <br />Funders <br />Innovation Studies Centre<br />Case studies: 3 consultancy projects using system dynamics or discrete event simulation with healthcare clients<br /> Data collection: observations and stakeholder interviews<br /> Research question <br /><ul><li>Which role(s) does the model take during this process? </li>

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