Learning the Lessons of Leadership Experience: Tools for Interactive Case Method Analysis (bibtex)
by Hill, Randall W., Gordon, Andrew S. and Kim, Julia
Abstract:
The Army Excellence in Leadership (AXL) project at the University of Southern California's Institute for Creative Technologies is aimed at supporting the acquisition of tacit knowledge of military leadership through the development of compelling filmed narratives of leadership scenarios and interactive training technologies. The approach taken in the AXL project is to leverage the best practices of case-method teaching and use Hollywood storytelling techniques to create fictional case studies (as filmed media) addressing specific leadership issues. In addition to authoring compelling cases for analysis, we have developed software prototypes that instantiate the case-method teaching approach. These systems engage individual trainees in human-computer dialogues that are focused on the leadership issues that have been embedded in the fictional cases.
Reference:
Learning the Lessons of Leadership Experience: Tools for Interactive Case Method Analysis (Hill, Randall W., Gordon, Andrew S. and Kim, Julia), In Proceedings of the 24th Army Science Conference, 2004.
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{hill_learning_2004,
	address = {Orlando, FL},
	title = {Learning the {Lessons} of {Leadership} {Experience}: {Tools} for {Interactive} {Case} {Method} {Analysis}},
	url = {http://ict.usc.edu/pubs/LEARNING%20THE%20LESSONS%20OF%20LEADERSHIP%20EXPERIENCE-%20TOOLS%20FOR%20INTERACTIVE%20CASE%20METHOD%20ANALYSIS.pdf},
	abstract = {The Army Excellence in Leadership (AXL) project at the University of Southern California's Institute for Creative Technologies is aimed at supporting the acquisition of tacit knowledge of military leadership through the development of compelling filmed narratives of leadership scenarios and interactive training technologies. The approach taken in the AXL project is to leverage the best practices of case-method teaching and use Hollywood storytelling techniques to create fictional case studies (as filmed media) addressing specific leadership issues. In addition to authoring compelling cases for analysis, we have developed software prototypes that instantiate the case-method teaching approach. These systems engage individual trainees in human-computer dialogues that are focused on the leadership issues that have been embedded in the fictional cases.},
	booktitle = {Proceedings of the 24th {Army} {Science} {Conference}},
	author = {Hill, Randall W. and Gordon, Andrew S. and Kim, Julia},
	month = dec,
	year = {2004},
	keywords = {The Narrative Group}
}
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