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Work-as-Imagined Solutioneering: A 10-Step Guide

Have you ever come across a ‘problematic solution’ that was implemented in your workplace, and wondered, “How did this come to be?” Wherever you sit in an organisation, the chances are that you have. Many problematic solutions emerge from a … Continue reading

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The quantified self in a complex system: A systems perspective on mental workload

In the last few years, many of us have started to quantify ourselves. We have purchased activity trackers to monitor and track health and fitness metrics such as distance walked and run, calorie consumption, heart rate and sleep quality. By … Continue reading

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‘Human error’: The handicap of human factors, safety and justice

“Oh my God. I told those guys at safety that it was dangerous and one day we would lose concentration and pay for it. I already told those guys at safety that it was very dangerous! We are human and … Continue reading

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