Early Warning Systems and Resilience: A Quest for Equilibrium
This communication aims to answer to the following research question: “How can Early Warning Systems support the production activity and make it resilient?” Based on an ethnographic case study, we display that even a simple tool can be helpful for a CEO. We assess that the resilience comes from a well-balanced combination of a qualitative human management and of an analytical system. This equilibrium depends on the fit between the task, the system and the user.
|Date of creation:||30 Sep 2010|
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|Publication status:||Published in 20th RESER Conference - The Resilience of the Global Service Economy, Sep 2010, Gothenburg, Sweden. pp.1-11, 2010|
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