Being Human in Safety-Critical Organisations
Being Human in Safety-Critical Organisations0.0 0 5 Forfatter: Dik Gregory,Paul Shanahan
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Through a re-analysis of real events, this book integrates recent thinking from psychology, resilience engineering, complexity theory and cybernetics.
Intimidated? Don’t be.
The result is a clear story of why people do what they do, how they mostly get it right, why they sometimes get it wrong, where safety really comes from, and why and how organisations need to fundamentally change their assumptions about people if they want to become safer.
The book is aimed at all safety-critical sectors, including aviation, chemical, defence, healthcare, highways, maritime, nuclear, rail and space. Throughout, the authors – both of whom are organisational psychologists – provide insight and clear practical guidance on how individuals and organisations can achieve greater resilience by acknowledging the true nature of human beings operating in a world of complexity.
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