Humans are the glue?
In the July/Aug edition of Safeguard magazine we pose three questions based on stories in the magazine. One of them arises from
this Comment piece
on systems thinking, by Paul Salmon.
The feedback question is:
Paul Salmon has found that humans are the glue that hold together poorly designed and degraded work systems. What is the clearest example of this that you have encountered?
Feel free to respond here on the Forum, or privately
via a Survey Monkey form.
An edited selection of responses will be published in the Sept/Oct edition, but with no names attached. One randomly selected person will receive a prize, namely a copy of the book
Next Generation Safety Leadership
by Clive Lloyd.
Haven't had many responses to this one yet - don't be shy - the survey is anonymous!
I reckon many Forum members will have encountered work teams who manage to get the work done despite - not because of - the system they find themselves having work in.
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