The aim of this paper is to present the implementation of a new serious game called “SimGreen” to optimize the systemic programming of
environmental actions into a company. Today, there are numerous environmental methods and practices developed to allow companies
improving the way they try to decrease their environmental impacts. But all the existing methods are not independent and it can be helpful to
consider all of them to make decision when managing the way to answer environmental objectives for a company.According to a cartography of environmental actions, which is a research result of a project named “convergence” funded by the French national research agency, we encourage the participants during the game to map all the possible environmental trajectories to answer an environmental objective. Then, we ask them to identify the most suitable environmental solutions depending on a specified context taking into account the different resources or competencies in the company. This serious game has been experimented in 8 sessions. The main feedback demonstrated that this serious game provides a joyful game to support the learning about systemic environmental integration.
Feng ZHANG, Peggy ZWOLINSKI University of Grenoble Alpes, G-SCOP laboratory, Grenoble, France
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