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Human fallibility : the ambiguity of errors for work and learning

Author: Johannes Bauer; Christian Harteis
Publisher: Dordrecht ; London : Springer, 2012.
Series: Professional and practice-based learning, v. 6.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Human Falibility explores how individuals or teams of professionals learn from their errors at work. Theoretical concepts and empirical evidence are presented, examining the conditions under which  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Johannes Bauer; Christian Harteis
ISBN: 9789048139408 9048139406
OCLC Number: 645706861
Description: xiii, 279 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: The ambiguity of errors for work and learning: introduction to the volume / Johannes Bauer and Christian Harteis --
Errors and learning from errors at work / Stephen Billett --
Tracing outcomes of learning from errors on the level of knowledge / Martin Gartneier and Elke M. Schuttlekopf --
Towards a theory of negative knowledge (NK): almost-mistakes as drivers of episodic memory amplification / Fritz K. Oser, Catherine Napflin, Christine Hofer, and Philipp Aerni --
Professional knowledge is (also) knowledge about errors / Hans Gruber and Michael Mohe --
Research on erros and learning from them: methodological perspectives / Klaus Mehl and Theo Wehner --
Measuring organizational climate for learning from errors at work / Danile Putz, Jan Schilling, and Annette Kluge --
Innovation by learning from mistakes: the relationships between team characteristics, error orientation and team innovation / Marianne van Woekom --
Error orientation in the context of intuitive and competent behaviour: results of an exploratory study in the domian of emergency medicine / Christian Harteis and Franziska Frost --
Human fallibility and learning from errors at work / Johannes Bauer, Martin Gartmeier, and Christian Harteis --
Managing errors during training / Nina Keith --
Reflecting on learning from errors in school instruction: findings and suggestions from a Swiss-German video study / Inger Marie Dalehefte, Tina Seidel, and Manfred Prenzel --
Learning from errors: the role of after-event reviews / Shmuel Ellis --
Incident reporting systems in hospitals: how does learning occur using this organizational instrument? / Yvonne Pfeiffer and theo Wehner --
Research on human fallibility and learning from errors at work: challenges for theory, research, and practice / Christian Harteis, Johannes Bauer, and Helmut Heid.
Series Title: Professional and practice-based learning, v. 6.
Responsibility: edited by Johannes Bauer, Christian Harteis.

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