Communicating risks, addressing the laws of complexity and satisfying the five roles of system science with ORE
Dec 11th, 2014
Communicating risks, addressing the laws of complexity and satisfying the five roles of system science with ORE. Indeed It has been stated that “50% of the problems with communication arise from individuals using the same words with different meanings. In fact the remaining 50% come from individuals using different words with the same meanings” (Appleby, Forlin et al. 2003). In fact, ORE solves the communication problem by using consistently a well defined glossary.
Riskope can include Business Intelligence and Internet of Things in the deployment of ORE at client’s request
ORE satisfies all five roles of system science (Warfield 2003)
- describes the physical world and portrays the results of interactions among a few of its components;
- proposes a generic design;
- is a constituent of “science of complexity”. In other words it enlarges the domain of demonstrable results in the service of humanity; and finally
- is actionable, as it has linguistic clarity and a model that suggests clear direction of actions essential to resolve emergency.
Moreover, ORE addresses several of Warfield’s Twenty Laws of Complexity (Warfield 2002) as it:
- does not require humans to process more that three components at a time (triadic constraint).
- renders a parsimonious description of any risk scenario and finally
- addresses the challenge of vertical incoherence. In other words it can show the right aggregated level to decision makers at different organizational levels.
So, contact Riskope to discover more benefits!
You can also read more in the following books and papers:
Appleby, M., Forlin, G., et al. (2003). The Law Relating to Emergencies and Disasters. Tolley’s Handbook of Disaster and Emergency Management: Principles and Practice. R. Lakha and T. Moore, Butterworth-Heinemann, isbn 0-406-97270-2.
Warfield, J. N. (2002). Understanding Complexity: Thought and Behavior. AJAR Publishing Company, Palm Harbor, Florida, isbn 0-971-6962-0-9. Furthermore,
Warfield, J. N. (2003). A Proposal for Systems Science. Systems Research and Behavioral Science, 20(6): 507-520.
Tagged with: Communicating risks, laws of complexity, risk scenario, science of complexity, vertical incoherence
Category: Consequences, Hazard, Optimum Risk Estimates, Risk analysis, Risk management
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