Saturday, July 02, 2016
Energy as a Management Problem
If we could total the number of mistakes caused by fatigue and the number of potential corrective actions prevented by sloth it is likely that we'd be stunned by the size. Those are topics, however, that are not carefully explored. The assumption is that people are sufficiently rested and that duty will usually spur any necessary actions.
Too many organizations look back only part of the way, at how problems were handled. If they looked further, they would consider whether the problems should have occurred in the first place.
Prevention requires energy.
Posted by Michael Wade at 4:00 AM