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Erich Heumüller, Sebastian Richter, & Ulrike Lechner. (2012). Towards a framework for command post exercises. In Z.Franco J. R. L. Rothkrantz (Ed.), ISCRAM 2012 Conference Proceedings – 9th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management. Vancouver, BC: Simon Fraser University.
Abstract: The paper describes work-in-progress of an action research approach investigating command post exercises in disaster response organizations. The empirical basis of our approach is three command post exercises in Germa-ny. The main contribution of this paper is the framework for the conceptualization of command post exercises and an analysis of challenges in the conceptualization of command post exercises. Â© 2012 ISCRAM.
Keywords: Hardware; Action research; Command-post exercise; Disaster response; Exercise conceptualization; Work-in-progress; Information systems
Track: Education and Training
Erich Heumüller, Sebastian Richter, & Ulrike Lechner. (2013). Training, test and experimentation: A classification of command post exercises. In J. Geldermann and T. Müller S. Fortier F. F. T. Comes (Ed.), ISCRAM 2013 Conference Proceedings – 10th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (pp. 110–114). KIT; Baden-Baden: Karlsruher Institut fur Technologie.
Abstract: Based on a state of the art analysis of exercise classifications and empirical findings from an Action Research approach this paper presents a classification for command post exercises, that addresses identified shortcomings concerning practical support for goal-achievement and evaluation in exercise design. The authors' classification distinguishes between Training, Test and Experimentation Exercises, which are characterized by the following aspects: Goal and purpose of exercise, participants, evaluation content and output, evaluation methodology, role of observers, scenario complexity, potential for organizational innovation and results. The classification was developed in an Action Research approach with an empirical basis of four command post exercises. Results indicate high benefit for exercises and the approach is perceived rather simple, easy to understand and to apply.
Keywords: Information systems; Action research; Command-post exercise; Empirical findings; Evaluation methodologies; Exercise evaluation; Exercise goal; Organizational innovation; State of the art; Experiments