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A Framework for a Strategic Repositioning Strategy: A Case Study of Bulmers Original Cider
(Irish Academy of Management, 2007)
Repositioning is conscious adaptation to a changing environment, representing a fundamental shift in the firm's value proposition (Turner, 2003). Repositioning as a pure play is largely neglected in the strategy literature, ...
Environmental Voluntary Approaches: The Irish Experience.
(Irish Academy of Management, 2004)
HFACS with an additional level of granularity: validity and utility in accident analysis.
Introduction: This paper represents an attempt to evaluate the effectiveness of the Department of Defense's Human Factors Analysis and Classification (DOD-HFACS) system. DOD-HFACS delineates the human factors causes of ...
Crew resource management training effectiveness: A meta-analysis and some critical needs
(Taylor and Francis, 2008)
Empirical studies of crew resource management (CRM) training effectiveness were subjected to meta-analysis. Sixteen CRM evaluation studies were found to fulfill the a priori criteria for inclusion in the meta-analysis. The ...
Torso heating of divers in cold water.
Cold water immersion could compromise both the effectiveness and safety of a diver. This paper reports an evaluation of the utility of providing external heating to divers in cold water. Methods: Seven U.S. Navy divers ...
A methodology for identifying human error in U.S. Navy diving accidents,
Objective: To better understand how human error contributes to U.S. Navy diving accidents. Background: An analysis of 263 U.S. Navy diving accident and mishap reports revealed that the human factors classifications were ...
The nontechnical causes of diving accidents: Can U.S. Navy divers learn from other industries?
(Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine Society, 2007)
Although U.S. Navy diving is remarkably safe, because of the high-risk environment in which military divers work, accidents and mishaps do occur. Failures in leadership and situation awareness (particularly in risk and ...
Developing a method for evaluating CRM skills: A European perspective.
(Taylor & Francis, 2002-11)
The European Commission in conjunction with the European Joint Aviation Authorities (Human Factors Project Advisory Group) has been sponsoring a series of studies investigating a culturally robust method for the evaluation ...
The U.S. Navy's aviation safety program: a critical review.
Safety research has shown that human error, as opposed to mechanical failure, is a major causal factor in accidents in high reliability organizations. In U.S. Naval aviation, human error accounts for more than 80% of ...