Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of BluePrintDecisionMakingFunctionalTwo


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01/23/10 15:08:53 (12 years ago)
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Connie White
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    2222'''Scenario 1''' Feul Resource Allocation - Based off Haiti Earthquake [[BR]]
    23 Many groups need gasoline to run generators.  There isn't much gas in the area. Many stakeholders want this/need this gas. Tom is put in charge of allocating and rationing the gasoline.  However, first he needs to identify who needs the gas the most and can logistally get it.  Tom goes to the Sahana and the decision making module.  He first 'Creates the Problem' and is designated as the Moderator.  Tom then sends a request to those stakeholders who are interested in participating.  These members login and are given permissions as Participants.  These participants can list thier known organizations adding to the Options list identifying themselves as needing the feul. Futher the participants can List thier names, and offer a brief description of who they are and why they need the gas.  Harrald works for the Red Cross and needs gas for thier generators.  Lucy works for the UN and needs gas for vehicles to conduct assesments.  They can discuss what their particular needs are, and how long this gas will last them.  Participants can vote on these alternative choices arguing the merits in the Discussion Forum.  Each participant can post further arguments in their own forum space or look at antoher Stakeholder's needs and further determine of that Option.  Upon further investigation of the needs of each Stakeholder, revoting can occur if someone decides.  Lucy read where Harrald needed only 20 gallons which would support the hospital's needs and save lives for the next 3 days.  Lucy needed 200 gallons so the UN could reach the outer limits of the affected area.  However, after Lucy read about Harrald's needs, she determined that the UN could do with less with the 20 gallons than the Red Cross could, so, she revoted in favor of Harrald's needs.  Although no stakeholder was 100% happy with the end results, considerations were made for each other's needs in an organized manner that communicated details of the Stakeholders.  The gas was rationed and this decision was made by Tom based on the final feedback provided through the scale and the number of votes.[[BR]]
     23An earthquake has struck a major city on an Island. A major humanitarian effort deploys.  Sahana deploys.
     24Many groups need gasoline for various reasons.  Gasoline is in very short supply and none is coming in for days. Many stakeholders want this/need this gas. Tom is put in charge of allocating and rationing what little gasoline is available.  However, first he needs to identify who needs the gas the most and can logistally get it.  Tom goes to the Sahana and the decision making module.  He first 'Creates the Problem' and is designated as the Moderator.  Tom then sends a request to those stakeholders who are interested in participating.  These members login and are given permissions as Participants.  These participants can list thier known organizations adding to the Options list identifying themselves as needing the feul. Futher the participants can List thier names, and offer a brief description of who they are and why they need the gas.  Harrald works for the Red Cross and needs gas for thier generators.  Lucy works for the UN and needs gas for vehicles to conduct assesments.  They can discuss what their particular needs are, and how long this gas will last them.  Participants can vote on these alternative choices arguing the merits in the Discussion Forum.  Each participant can post further arguments in their own forum space or look at antoher Stakeholder's needs and further determine of that Option.  Upon further investigation of the needs of each Stakeholder, revoting can occur if someone decides.  Lucy read where Harrald needed only 20 gallons which would support the hospital's needs and save lives for the next 3 days.  Lucy needed 200 gallons so the UN could reach the outer limits of the affected area.  However, after Lucy read about Harrald's needs, she determined that the UN could do with less with the 20 gallons than the Red Cross could, so, she revoted in favor of Harrald's needs.  Although no stakeholder was 100% happy with the end results, considerations were made for each other's needs in an organized manner that communicated details of the Stakeholders.  The gas was rationed and this decision was made by Tom based on the final feedback provided through the scale and the number of votes.[[BR]]
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