publication . Article . 2012

group model building a collaborative modelling methodology applied to critical infrastructure protection

Josune Hernantes; Leire Labaka; Ana Laugé; Jose María Sarriegi; Jose Julio Gonzalez;
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  • Published: 20 Mar 2012 Journal: International Journal of Organisational Design and Engineering, volume 2, page 41 (issn: 1758-9797, eissn: 1758-9800, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Inderscience Publishers
Abstract
Large crises management, affecting CIs needs multidisciplinary knowledge including technical, economical, social, political, legal and managerial knowledge. Being these crises international a huge variety of agents is involved in their response. This situation concludes in a set of stakeholders who only have fragmented knowledge. In the presence of dispersed and incomplete knowledge, and of fragmented and disrupted crisis management, the collaborative approach group model building (GMB), where modelling experts unify fragmented, tacit knowledge from domain experts, is a valuable option. However, GMB has been little used in CIP. We have done so in the context a E...
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free text keywords: Knowledge management, business.industry, business, Crisis management, Politics, Incomplete knowledge, Multidisciplinary approach, Tacit knowledge, Critical infrastructure protection, Model building, Engineering, System dynamics
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