The Research and Results Shaping HRO
Books, Articles, Case Studies, from academic and practitioner experts.
Author: Karl E. Weick
Understanding how inter-dependencies drive us to organize collective efforts and how organizations structure themselves to succeed. This is where much of HRO started.
Author: G.G.P. van den Eede (2009)
Addressing the HRO paradox “…find the balance between the desire to be open and the need to be in control, to exhibit a reliability that consists out of stability and flexibility.”
Authors:Elizabeth Paranhos, Tracy G. Kozak and William Boyd (2017)
Practitioner research on the impact of HRO in the Natural Gas sector.
Authors: Ivana Milosevec, University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh
A. Erin Bass, University of Nebraska at OmahaFollow
Gwendolyn M. Combs, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (2015)
Uses practitioner case study (Power Generation) to explore the paradox of reliability i.e. structure vs mindfulness