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Reference details

Author(s) Year Title Reference View/Download

Les Hatton

2010b2

Bureaucracy, safety and software: a potentially lethal cocktail

WEBSSS10_Feb2010.pdf

Synopsis and invited feedback

Peer review is important and acquiring competent reviewers is becoming a major problem for the journals today so I will be very happy to include constructive comment (positive or negative) with acknowledgement. If I am not competent to judge your commentary I will try and find somebody who is.

If you would like to provide feedback just e-mail me here.

Synopsis Invited Feedback Importance (/10, author rated :-) )
The presentation corresponding to the paper in the link below. I have a go at a few things here but the presentation is fundamentally very serious, (at least as serious as I am able to get these days).

Its main theme is that as bureaucracy grows like bindweed, perfectly rational people can behave in an alarmingly stupid way. In the production of safety-related systems, this is potentially lethal.

None yet8

Related links

Related papers and links

http://www.leshatton.org/Documents/bureaucracy_0909.pdf


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