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  • B Klampfer, R Flin, +45 authors Helmreich
  • 2001
Recommendations for the use of Behavioural Markers CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 6-9 Frequently Asked Questions about Behavioural Marker Systems BEHAVIOURAL MARKERS 1. What are behavioural markers? 10 2. How are behavioural markers derived? 10 3. What makes a good behavioural marker? 10 4. What are the domains of application? 11 5. What are the uses of behavioural(More)
A method supporting complementary function allocation in automated work systems called KOMPASS will be presented. KOMPASS supports interdisciplinary design teams in deciding about function allocation in automated systems, taking into account the need for an integral consideration of people-related, technological and organizational factors in the design of(More)
Introduction One of the most fundamental questions in the design of organizations and the coordination of processes concerns striking the right balance between standardization on the one hand side and flexibility and openness to change on the other. There are a number of perspectives from which this question can be approached, from a very theoretical one(More)
The aim of this study was to investigate the nature of tutor and student online communication and collaboration activities in a blended learning course. The hypothesis that these activities are related to student learning performance (exam results) was tested based on the number of messages posted, as well as the nature of these messages (type of content(More)
How an organization handles uncertainties stemming from its own production processes and from its environment, is a central characteristic of its functioning. Many organizations, foremost those which have to handle substantial health and safety risks, aim at minimizing uncertainties. This is in contrast with newer organization theory which argues for(More)
OBJECTIVE This field study aimed at examining the role of anesthesia teams' adaptive coordination in managing changing situational demands, such as in nonroutine events (NREs). BACKGROUND Medical teams' ability to adapt their teamwork (e.g., their coordination activities) to changing situational demands is crucial to team performance and, thus, to patient(More)