Exploring Resilience - A Scientific Journey from Practice to Theory
For more than a decade, resilience has been a key safety issue. However, few studies have made it possible to develop models and theories that can be used in the field to help increase resilience and improve safety.
This book, published in English by Springer, contains 15 articles written by leading international experts. The aim is to explore models used in the field that make resilience an element in improving safety, and to build a new theoretical framework.
| Contents |
- Exploring Resilience – An Introduction, de Siri Wiig et Babette Fahlbruch
- Resilience, Reliability, Safety: Multilevel Research Challenges, de Jean-Christophe Le Coze
- Moments of Resilience: Time, Space and the Organisation of Safety in Complex Sociotechnical Systems, de Carl Macrae
- Resilience Engineering as a Quality Improvement Method in Healthcare, de Janet E. Anderson, A. J. Ross, J. Back, M. Duncan, et P. Jaye
- Resilience and Essential Public Infrastructure, de Michael Baram
- Human Performance, Levels of Service and System Resilience, de Miltos Kyriakidis et Vinh N. Dang
- Precursor Resilience in Practice – An Organizational Response to Weak Signals, de Kenneth Pettersen Gould
- Leadership in Resilient Organizations, de Gudela Grote
- Modelling the Influence of Safety Management Tools on Resilience, de Teemu Reiman et Kaupo Viitanen
- Resilient Characteristics as Described in Empirical Studies on Health Care, de Siv Hilde Berg et Karina Aase
- Resilience from the United Nations Standpoint: The Challenges of “Vagueness”, de Leah R. Kimber
Publication en open access.