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Central European Management Journal

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Year 2012 
Volume 20 
Issue 6

Implementation of the Risk Management Process through a Gaming Scenario in Public Sector Organizations

Anna Pikos
Kozminski University

2012 20 (6) Central European Management Journal

DOI 10.7206/mba.ce.2084-3356.36

Abstract

Purpose: The aim of this article is to analyze the potential of a simulation game
addressing the issue of implementing risk management within public sector organizations.

Design/methodology/approach: Recent legislation obliges public sector organizations
to have a risk management system in place as part of their managerial control
system. The author conducted interviews with key personnel responsible for risk
management within their public organization.

Findings: This preliminary findings of the study, among public sector organizations,
shows that these organizations have a problem implementing the risk management
process. The author after deep analysis of the different educational methodologies
decided to propose an experiential learning method in a form of simulation game.

Originality/value: Usage of simulation game to teach risk management is unique. It
can be helpful for public sector organizations not only to understand the process but
also to implement it and became an effective tool.

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Pikos, A. . (2012). Implementation of the Risk Management Process through a Gaming Scenario in Public Sector Organizations. Central European Management Journal, 20(6), 56-65. https://doi.org/10.7206/mba.ce.2084-3356.36 (Original work published 2012)

MLA style

Pikos, A. . “Implementation Of The Risk Management Process Through A Gaming Scenario In Public Sector Organizations”. 2012. Central European Management Journal, vol. 20, no. 6, 2012, pp. 56-65.

Chicago style

Pikos, Anna . “Implementation Of The Risk Management Process Through A Gaming Scenario In Public Sector Organizations”. Central European Management Journal, Central European Management Journal, 20, no. 6 (2012): 56-65. doi:10.7206/mba.ce.2084-3356.36.