The key role of animation in the execution of crisis management exercises

Abstract : The organizers of crisis management exercises want scenario credible and pedagogical from the beginning until the end. For this reason, they call on an animation team that can use different communication channels. The aim of this article is to understand the different types of animation by analyzing the professional experience of the facilitators and the type of casting that can be done. Finally, a definition of four levels of animation is proposed. These levels are associated with different types of messages and rhythm settings. The main objective is to improve the execution of the scenario during a crisis management training.
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Noémie Frealle, Florian Tena-Chollet, Sophie Sauvagnargues. The key role of animation in the execution of crisis management exercises. SCRAM 2017 - 14th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, May 2017, Albi, France. ⟨hal-01860793⟩

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