May 2, 2006 | Mark Paradies

Jim Whiting Discusses Blame at the 2006 TapRooT(R) Summit

By surveys at previous TapRooT(R) Summits we found that blame was one of the biggest obstacles to effective root cause analysis and incident investigation. But what should we do? Jim Whiting, an Australian TapRooT(R) Instructor and risk management expert, had some ideas so we schedule a breakout session at the 2006 TapRooT(R) Summit for him to share his ideas. Here are some video highlights from Jim Whiting’s session titled: “Establishing a Just Culture/No Blame Environment for More Effective Investigations“.

Just click on the video below (Quicktime format .mov) for a few quick segments from the one hour and twenty minute session that included a practical exercise for people to try what they learned.

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Note – this is a streaming video and it takes a long time to open.

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