|This event occurs in the past.|
|Date & Time:||01-Jul-2020 15:00|
|Member Cost:||THB 0.00|
1/7 BCCT SPEED WEBINAR #10 - NORMALISATION OF DEVIATION: LESSONS FROM NASA
It will be shown that organisations “drift” away from the “norm” by accepting unsafe deviations. This is a leadership challenge and their role will be discussed. It will set against a backdrop of a real life case study - the Challenger disaster. NASA is held up as the exemplar of procedural discipline, organisational excellence etc. as they deliver operations in the extreme environment of space. However, over a number of years they allowed people to “drift”, they allowed the normalisation of deviation with catastrophic consequences. The presentation will be wrapped up by getting attendees to think about how this all applies in their own organisations.
Date: Wednesday 1st July 2020
Time: 3.00 - 3.15 pm discussion followed by Q&A
Cost: free of charge
Open for BCCT members only. Maximum of 10 places. The Zoom meeting link will be sent to you direct one day in advance before the event date.
Speaker: David Hazell, Vice President, Check-6
David Hazell: has extensive experience in the British, US and NATO Military and the private business sector. He commanded the largest fast jet squadron in the Royal Air Force. David was also instrumental in delivering the project that uplifted 30,000 US troops in Afghanistan in 2009.
David survived an aircraft ejection in 1995; unfortunately, his navigator did not. His story of this event is featured in the book “Tornado F3 – 25 years of Air Defence”, written by Berry Vissers et al. David flew combat missions over Bosnia, and spent time on the ground in Afghanistan as the Air Advisor to NATO.
After military retirement, David worked as a programme director in financial services before joining Check-6, a world-wide consultancy company focused on accelerating human performance, process improvement, and leadership development. David is a Vice President for Check-6.