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The first basic teaching guide for introducing High Reliability Organizing to the wildland fire community: From the field to line officersAuthor(s): Paula Nasiatka; Mike DeGrosky; Anne E. Black; D. Dether; Chad Fisher; Jill Hawk; Melinda Martin; Paula Seamon; Paul Keller
Source: Wildland Fire Lessons Learned Center. 52 p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionThis special guide for teaching and facilitating High Reliability Organizing (HRO) reflects the presentations that were made at the three-day May 2007 Facilitating HRO in Wildland Fire workshop. By using and following this guide, the HRO teacher will understand the fundamentals of HRO and will be better prepared to facilitate these principles to others.
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CitationNasiatka, Paula; DeGrosky, Mike; Black, Anne E.; Dether, D.; Fisher, Chad; Hawk, Jill; Martin, Melinda; Seamon, Paula; Keller, Paul, ed. 2008. The first basic teaching guide for introducing High Reliability Organizing to the wildland fire community: From the field to line officers. Wildland Fire Lessons Learned Center. 52 p.
KeywordsHigh Reliability Organizing (HRO), wildland fire community, management
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