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  • Mark shared from Resilience Engineering in Practice (Ashgate Studies in Resilience Engineering) by Erik Hollnagel, David D. Woods, Jean Pariès, John Wreathall
    Proceduralisation and automation both try to reduce the uncertainty in the system by reducing variety, diversity, deviation, instability. But the side effect is that this also reduces autonomy, creativity, and reactivity. Increasing order, conformity, stability, predictability, discipline, anticipation, makes the systems better (more efficient, more reliable), possibly cheaper and generally safer within the confines of their standard environment. They also make them increasingly brittle (less resilient) outside the boundaries of the normal envelope. We have to recognize that there is a universal...
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  • Mark shared from Resilience Engineering in Practice (Ashgate Studies in Resilience Engineering) by Erik Hollnagel, David D. Woods, Jean Pariès, John Wreathall
    a resilient system must be both prepared, and prepared to be unprepared.
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