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    Maritime Risk and Organizational Learning

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    Bridging an identified gap between research and practice in the domain of risk and organizational learning with respect to human/organizational factors and organizational behaviour, this book highlights the common and recurring threads in contributory factors to accident causation.
    ISBN: 9781138072145
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    Published March 2017
    ISBN 9781138072145

     

    Bridging an identified gap between research and practice in the domain of risk and organizational learning with respect to human/organizational factors and organizational behaviour, this book highlights the common and recurring threads in contributory factors to accident causation. Based on an extensive research project, it investigates how shipping companies as organizations learn from, filter and give credence/acceptability to differing risk perceptions and how this influences the work culture with special regard to group/team dynamics and individual motivation. The work is presented in the context of the literature regarding conceptual links between risk and the theoretical and operational themes of organizational learning, and in light of interviewees' comments. The themes include processes and structures of knowledge acquisition, information interpretation and distribution, organizational memory and change/adaptation and also levels of learning. The book concludes by discussing some practical implications of the research carried out in various maritime contexts and gives recommendations for the industry and other stakeholders.

     

    Table of Contents

    Contents: Preface; Introduction; Social dynamics and the construal of risk; Organizational culture and learning; Research questions, methods and measures; Research findings; Discussion of findings: theoretical and operational themes; Discussion of research findings: emergent themes (I); Discussion of research findings: emergent themes (II); Research conclusions, implications and recommendations; Appendices; References; Index.

    Published March 2017
    ISBN 9781138072145

     

    Bridging an identified gap between research and practice in the domain of risk and organizational learning with respect to human/organizational factors and organizational behaviour, this book highlights the common and recurring threads in contributory factors to accident causation. Based on an extensive research project, it investigates how shipping companies as organizations learn from, filter and give credence/acceptability to differing risk perceptions and how this influences the work culture with special regard to group/team dynamics and individual motivation. The work is presented in the context of the literature regarding conceptual links between risk and the theoretical and operational themes of organizational learning, and in light of interviewees' comments. The themes include processes and structures of knowledge acquisition, information interpretation and distribution, organizational memory and change/adaptation and also levels of learning. The book concludes by discussing some practical implications of the research carried out in various maritime contexts and gives recommendations for the industry and other stakeholders.

     

    Table of Contents

    Contents: Preface; Introduction; Social dynamics and the construal of risk; Organizational culture and learning; Research questions, methods and measures; Research findings; Discussion of findings: theoretical and operational themes; Discussion of research findings: emergent themes (I); Discussion of research findings: emergent themes (II); Research conclusions, implications and recommendations; Appendices; References; Index.

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