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[VIDEO] From "who!?" to "what?" | Human and Organizational Performance


Human and Organizational Performance is based on five principles that shape organizations underlying assumptions. It focuses on humanizing our approaches to leadership.

In todays HOP minute, Sam explores the key Human and Organizational Performance ideas of moving from asking "who failed?" to ask "what failed?"


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Human and Organizational Performance (HOP) is a science-based approach built around five key principles.  It focuses on humanizing our approaches and It builds an understanding of how humans perform and how we can build systems that are more error tolerant.

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