Thesis (M.B.S.) - University College Dublin, 1994.
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5 Habits of Highly Reliable Organizations. And his work — notably, the opaque but groundbreaking book, High-reliability organizations, or HROs, share two essential characteristics. against the way a high reliability organisation would have performed, and it found that NASA fell a long way short of this standard. The report was a clear invitation to NASA, and more generally to all organisations using complex, risky technologies, to examine how high reliability organisations operate and to learn from them. There is a strong tendency in companies that aren’t high-reliability organizations to isolate failure, to blame the culprit, and to not learn from mistakes. And that’s idiotic, because few. The Temple House Vanishing: Love and longing in sublime coming-of-age mystery Twenty-five years ago, year-old schoolgirl Louisa arrived at Temple House, an elite Catholic boarding school deep.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Weick and Sutcliffe/Social Psychology. Managing the Unexpected through Mindfulness. Weick, as a social psychologist, initially studied the effect of cognitive dissonance on performance. He subsequently studied the flow of action following surprise, enactment, sense making of . Books shelved as irish-politics: The Border: The Legacy of a Century of Anglo-Irish Politics by Diarmaid Ferriter, Michael Collins: The Man Who Made Irel. Chassin and Loeb (, p. ) define high-reliability organizations as having an environment of "collective mindfulness" in which all workers look for, and report, small problems or unsafe conditions before those issues pose a substantial risk to the organization and when they are easy to fix (Weick & Sutcliffe, , paraphrased in Chassin.
The High Reliability Organization is commonly described as an organization that performs high risk work but without rare, catastrophic events. Researchers, as outside observers, have identified principles and characteristics to describe or characterize HROs but these tend to be distinct, and sometimes complex. Join the Irish Times Book Club to discuss literature, books and writing styles with your favourite authors and fellow readers. The rail regulator defines railways along with the aviation, nuclear, oil, gas and the petro-chemical sectors as “high hazard” industries. Chance events, it says, can result in multiple deaths. High Reliability Organisations (HROs), where quick thinking to avoid errors, and fast response times to unexpected safety failures, are all part of daily operations, manage to stay safe and reliable even when operating at the ‘edge of the envelope’.