Jeevan Varma Sagiraju  

Week 1 

Policy making is critical during the digital age is internally linked to any changes in the organizational direction influencing the security vulnerabilities. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is traditionally used to review and improve the policy effectiveness in any organization. Policy changes are done at both the individual and group level that include several developments that changed the traditional policy making and improvements. One of those developments is a Hybrid Simulation Approach that increases the influence and involvement of citizens.  Implementation and execution of policies include many actors that define the outcome and effectiveness. Simulation models capture the dependencies of all the components of the infrastructure or organization. Simulation techniques are used to gain insight into any possible impacts due to policies implementations or changes. This insight assists decision-makers to take necessary actions to identify any areas of improvements, evaluation of effects on business, and performance using the key performance indicators. The simulation requires a huge set of data that can be open data or requirement driven. This data assists in addressing all the possible flows that are impacted by the policy. The simulations are used to predict the uncertainty of policy modeling. This data can be used for GAP analysis to address any setbacks in the policies. Traditional models do not have the ability to simulate complex policy transactions that involve more than one flow. A hybrid simulation approach includes multiple traditional policies and a simulation flow can trigger one or more policies and this can be used to review effectiveness from an end to end perspective.   


 Janssen, M., Wimmer, M. A., & Deljoo, A. (Eds.). (2015). Policy practice and digital science: Integrating complex systems, social simulation and public administration in policy research (Vol. 10). Springer

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