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The performance of individuals and organizations must continually adjust to current conditions and, because resources and time are finite, such adjustments are always approximate. Resilience engineering concepts and precepts englisch gebundene ausgabe 28 januar von david d woods autor 41 von 5 sternen 6 sternebewertungen alle formate und ausgaben anzeigen andere formate und ausgaben ausblenden preis neu ab gebraucht ab kindle bitte wiederholen eur gebundenes buch bitte wiederholen eur eur eur taschenbuch bitte.
Resilience engineering is a developing concept for coping with the changing world and growing complexity. TNO has begun a project to develop a tool with which to assess resilience. The aim is to enable companies to improve resilient practices at the organizational, team and individual level. The first phase of this project aims to set up a theoretical framework. A diversity of sources was questioned for the available knowledge and a coherent framework to connect those levels. The Resilience Innovation Lab is used to share knowledge with expert members. The four abilities of resilience in relation to supporting structure, culture and learning organization provide the key elements of the model that was developed.
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For Resilience Engineering, failure is the result of the adaptations necessary to cope with the complexity of the real world, rather than a malfunction. Human performance must continually adjust. Resilience Engineering : Concepts and Precepts - Archive. Resilience Engineering book. Concepts and Precepts. By David D. Resilience Engineering Taylor Francis Group.
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Resilience is the ability of a system to react to and recover from disturbances with minimal effects on dynamic stability. Resilience is needed as systems and organizations become more complex and interrelated and the consequences of accidents and incidents increase. This paper analyzes the notion of resilience based on a literature survey and an exploration of incidents. In particular, resilience involves the ability of systems to undergo graceful and controlled degradation, the ability to rebound from degradation, the presence of redundancy, the ability to manage margins close to the performance boundaries, the establishment and exploration of common mental models, the presence of flexibility in systems and organizations, and the reduction of complexity and coupling. The paper describes how resilience can be included in system development and operations by considering organizations, technology and human factors. Also, it shows how past strengths and weaknesses can be considered in risk analysis to enhance safety, security and resilience. Skip to main content Skip to sections.
Kramer, Will. Why do some organizations bounce back from a crisis or disaster while others fall completely apart? In a word: resilience. Due to increasing complexity, the systems which make up our world are far beyond our capacity to fully understand or predict. Because we are not capable of anticipating everything that may happen, it is not enough to simply plan for negative events. In addition, we must intentionally develop our internal adaptive capacities. These two components, planning and adaptive capacity, make up the core of organizational resilience.
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Resilience as a concept has found its way into different disciplines to describe the ability of an individual or system to withstand and adapt to changes in its environment. In this paper, we provide an overview of the concept in different communities and extend it to the area of mechanical engineering. Furthermore, we present metrics to measure resilience in technical systems and illustrate them by applying them to load-carrying structures. By giving application examples from the Collaborative Research Centre CRC , we show how the concept of resilience can be used to control uncertainty during different stages of product life.
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