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Contribution à la scénarisation pédagogique d’exercices de crise

Abstract : Recent major crises show the necessity to train crisis managers to react quickly, under stress and in an uncomfortable position. This thesis deals with the scripting of crisis exercises for practical exercises (functional, large scale and simulator) involving strategic crisis cell. The art state of scriptwriting methods has shown shortcomings in accompanying scriptwriters to create pedagogical scenarios representative of a crisis. This work leads to the creation of a method that calls crisis management skills through crisis exercise scenarios. On the basis of this analysis, research has oriented on developing a method to solicit crisis management skills through crisis scenarios. To reproduce the crisis dynamic in created scenarios, a reading grid based on specific characteristics of crisis situations and related to the types of injectable stimuli in a scenario has been applied to six past crises. At the same time, the study of crisis managers skills allow us to create a database of training objectives coupled with stimuli.Finally, the methodology develops a step-by-step approach. It creates and situates the stimuli in the scenario. This original approach inserts these stimuli to solicit needed skills for several profiles of participants.Then, the scenarios are verified using criteria that validate the scriptwriting and the pedagogical nature of the scenario.The scriptwriting method was tested through a functional exercise and applied by several categories of scriptwriters (novice or crisis management experts) which validated its operational nature.
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Philippe Limousin. Contribution à la scénarisation pédagogique d’exercices de crise. Autre. Université de Lyon, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017LYSEM033⟩. ⟨tel-01848770⟩



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