Ivo Wenzler
Ivo Wenzler
Accenture and Delft University of Technology
Verified email at accenture.com
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The research and evaluation of serious games: Toward a comprehensive methodology
I Mayer, G Bekebrede, C Harteveld, H Warmelink, Q Zhou, T Van Ruijven, ...
British journal of educational technology 45 (3), 502-527, 2014
2402014
Why do we bother with games and simulations: An organizational learning perspective
I Wenzler, D Chartier
Simulation & Gaming 30 (3), 375-384, 1999
761999
Learning through games? Evaluating the learning effect of a policy exercise on European climate policy
C Haug, D Huitema, I Wenzler
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 78 (6), 968-981, 2011
682011
Development of an asset management strategy for a network utility company: Lessons from a dynamic business simulation approach
I Wenzler
Simulation & Gaming 36 (1), 75-90, 2005
422005
Towards intelligently-sustainable cities? From intelligent and knowledge city programmes to the achievement of urban sustainability
V Gargiulo Morelli, M Weijnen, E Van Bueren, I Wenzel, M De Reuver, ...
TeMA Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment 6 (1), 73-86, 2013
382013
The ten commandments for translating simulation results into real-life performance
I Wenzler
Simulation & Gaming 40 (1), 98-109, 2009
292009
Game-based entrepreneurship education: Identifying enterprising personality, motivation and intentions amongst engineering students
I Mayer, R Kortmann, I Wenzler, Á Wetters, J Spaans
Journal of Entrepreneurship Education 17 (2), 217-244, 2014
242014
Stealth assessment of teams in a digital game environment
I Mayer, D van Dierendonck, T Van Ruijven, I Wenzler
International Conference on Games and Learning Alliance, 224-235, 2013
182013
The portfolio of 12 simulations within one company’s transformational change initiative
I Wenzler
Social Contributions and Responsibilities of Simulation & Gaming, Chiba, Japan, 2003
172003
Is your simulation game blue or green
I Wenzler
Why do games work, 41-50, 2008
162008
Supporting sustainability through smart infrastructures: The case for the city of Amsterdam
G Baron, J Brinkman, I Wenzler
International Journal of Critical Infrastructures 8 (2-3), 169-177, 2012
142012
Take five-gaming/simulation design process
I Wenzler
Simulation and gaming for sustainable development, 251-259, 1997
141997
Policy exercises: A new approach to policy development
I Wenzler
Instituut voor Toegepaste Wetenschappen, 1993
131993
Deregulation of utility industries and roles of simulation
I Wenzler, WJ Kleinlugtenbelt, I Mayer
Simulation & Gaming 36 (1), 30-44, 2005
122005
A policy exercise for the Dutch power industry
I Wenzler, R Willems, AM van’t Noordende
Simulation and gaming across disciplines and cultures: ISAGA at a watershed …, 1995
111995
Towards a joint local energy transition process in urban districts: The go2zero simulation game
G Bekebrede, E Van Bueren, I Wenzler
Sustainability 10 (8), 2602, 2018
102018
Learning efficacy of the ‘hazard recognition’serious game
I Mayer, A Wolff, I Wenzler
International Conference on Serious Games Development and Applications, 118-129, 2013
92013
The role of simulation games in transformational change
I Wenzler
Planspiele fü r die Organisationsentwicklung, WVB, Berlin, 2008
92008
Translating simulation results into real-life performance improvement: a practitioner’s view
I Wenzler
Bridging the gap: Transforming knowledge into action through gaming and …, 2004
82004
Business Process Simulation for Management Consultants: A DEVS-Based Simplified Business Process Modelling Library⋆
I Rust, D Cetinkaya, M Seck, I Wenzler
se Inf, 47, 2011
72011
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