Melanie J. Ashleigh

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This paper sets out to test the hypothetical COCOM model developed by Hollnagel (1993). Essentially, Hollnagel develops the argument that team behaviour should be analysed at a macro, rather than micro, level. He proposes four principal models of team activity: strategic, tactical, opportunistic, and scrambled. This modes of team behaviour vary in terms of(More)
This paper reports a study into the Levels of Abstraction Hierarchy (LOAH) in two energy distribution teams. The original proposition for the LOAH was that it depicted five levels of system representation, working from functional purpose through to physical form to determine causes of a malfunction, or from physical form to functional purpose to determine(More)
In this paper, we empirically investigate the concept of trust across organizational work practices by examining three groups: within the team, between teams and when interacting with technology. This study adopts Repertory Grid methodology as an interview based technique to elicit important constructs of trust to engineering teams working in two(More)
In this paper we empirically investigate the concept of trust using organizational work practices in three groups: within the team, between teams and when interacting with technology. This study adopts Repertory Grid methodology as an interview based technique to elicit important constructs of trust to team members working in two organizations within the(More)
Virtuality would seem to offer certain advantages for human supervisory control. First, it could provide a physical analogue of the 'real world' environment. Second, it does not require control room engineers to be in the same place as each other. In order to investigate these issues, a low-fidelity simulation of an energy distribution network was(More)
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