Unstable Risk Management Systems

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The research presented in this book demonstrates that in the management of risks arising from the development of complex socio-technical systems there are four contingent organisational states: high reliability; normal accidents; low reliability; and Murphy's law. This research has shown that negentropy and redundancy are the forces that seek to achieve effective organisational behaviour and lead to a more steady predictable high reliability state of algorithmic organisational stability. However, such stability is contingent upon limiting, as far as possible, environmental disturbances. If systemic overload and instability increase significantly during decision toward implementation, high reliability may not eventuate and a crisis may unfold. Redundancy and anticipation are important in order to achieve effective and/or efficient operations with rational decision-making and negative feedback control loops. However, resilience may be more important when decision- making is non-rational, lead times are less than lag times and where economy or equity and positive feedback loops provide a more appropriate fit with the environment.

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Kevin J. Foster, PhD: Studied at University of Canberra. Pincipal Risk Management consultant at Aurecon. Adjunct Associate Professor at Edith Cowan University.

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Produktinformationen

Titel
Unstable Risk Management Systems
Untertitel
The Evolution of an 'Intelligent Building' in Singapore
Autor
EAN
9783838329611
ISBN
978-3-8383-2961-1
Format
Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Genre
Wirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten
292
Gewicht
448g
Größe
H230mm x B154mm x T23mm
Jahr
2010
Untertitel
Englisch
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