Rosa Carrillo leads our discussion on the Exploring the socio in sociotechnical systems.
After a brief introduction to the topic and sharing of relevant research, the floor will be open for group conversation. We invite ALL to share their thoughts, and will openly embrace - actually encourage - different perspectives. We really want to hear from all, from those who can share measurable, scientific concepts, those who have knowledge gained from experience, and those who intend to learn and understand more.
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Group Rules of Conduct:
- Build each other up to encourage and grow our ideas. Our group goal is to learn, share and expand our views.
- If you disagree, first repeat what you heard and get acknowledgement that you understand what others have tried to propose.
- Use "I think", "feel", "have discovered" during respectful rebuttals of others opinions and ideas.
- Active listening to all members.
- Be prepared to agree, to disagree as views will be different.from our own and we want to nurture others.
Hosts of the Safety View:
Rosa Carrillo author of The Relationship Factor in Safety Leadership, safety leadership consultant, MS in Organizational development.
Lisa Lande, Ph.D., Principal Consultant at Petricher Consulting, LLC, licensed psychologist with an emphasis on cognition, learning, and human and organizational purpose and performance.
Tamara Parris, Community Development, Bachelors of Social Work, Occupational Health and Safety, and Emergency Management.
Resources shared during the session by our members:
Eric Labancz - thank you!
Jim Marinus - Thank you! Topic idea for another next time and a quote for the group to reflect on 😀
Ironically, efforts to communicate more can result in knowing less. Rules that guarantee wide distribution of information can increase the amount to the point that a lot is not read. Transaction systems, designed to promote knowing, can also be a source of structural secrecy, concealing even as they reveal.
Vaughan, Diane. The Challenger Launch Decision: Risky Technology, Culture, and Deviance at NASA, Enlarged Edition . University of Chicago Press. Kindle Edition.