Practical HRO: Optimizing Risk Management using High Reliability Organizing

HRO: The Three Anticipation Habits

August 06, 2019 Season 1 Episode 2
Practical HRO: Optimizing Risk Management using High Reliability Organizing
HRO: The Three Anticipation Habits
Chapters
00:02:18
The Three Anticipation Habits of HRO
00:18:19
HRO In the News
00:21:12
Implementing a Just Culture is Critical
Practical HRO: Optimizing Risk Management using High Reliability Organizing
HRO: The Three Anticipation Habits
Aug 06, 2019 Season 1 Episode 2
Edward J Tierney
Risk Mangement's High Reliability management system has three habits that drive the principles of Anticipation.
Show Notes Chapter Markers

In its most basic form Risk Management recognizes one basic truth… mistakes happen. In response to this, organizations should prepare two complimentary collections of actions  (1) – establish methods to anticipate risks to prevent them and (2) – when prevention fails, establish methods to contain the results. In addition to preventing mistakes and then limiting the impact, these two collections of actions form a feedback loop that improves the risk management outcomes over time.

This episode explores the Anticipation Habits. In the "HRO In The News" section we look at HRO and the Veterans Hospital Administration. The closing section investigates the implementation of a Just Culture over the typical culture of blame.



The Three Anticipation Habits of HRO
HRO In the News
Implementing a Just Culture is Critical
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