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Collaborative Serious Games for Awareness on Shared Resources in Supply Chain Management

Abstract : Today manufacturing is a complex process often resulting in long brittle supply chains with considerable contributions to the global resource demand also posing a negative environmental impact (CO2 emissions, raw material supply, etc.). Reducing the waste of resources and being more sustainable are objectives incentivized by materials in short supply and customer requirements. Thus, the ability to share resources, innovate and to implement emergent ICT will play a key role for companies’ competitiveness and their sustainability. However, sharing resources puts high requirements on trust and gain sharing, amongst others. Although well known in supply chain management, the logistics sector is struggling to increase their shared resources. The authors found serious games (SG) to be a promising tool for awareness rising on shared resource. Existing supply chain games are analysed and their potential and weaknesses for the topic are examined, resulting in an outlook on the research needs in SGs for awareness on shared resources.
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Jannicke Baalsrud Hauge, Matthias Kalverkamp, Margherita Forcolin, Hans Westerheim, Marco Franke, et al.. Collaborative Serious Games for Awareness on Shared Resources in Supply Chain Management. IFIP International Conference on Advances in Production Management Systems (APMS), Sep 2014, Ajaccio, France. pp.491-499, ⟨10.1007/978-3-662-44736-9_60⟩. ⟨hal-01387923⟩



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