Whose Work is it Anyway?

Whose Work is it Anyway?

This talk is a pastiche on "Whose Line is it Anyway", with work-as-imagined, work-as-prescribed, work-as-done and work-as-disclosed as the four characters (varieties of human work) who interact to recreate work scenarios that can be found in all industries. Examples from aviation and healthcare are given, typifying 'archetypes of human work' (https://humanisticsystems.com/2017/01/13/the-archetypes-of-human-work/). The talk concludes with the seven friends of explanation.

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StevenShorrock

May 28, 2019
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