“You and your champions must be voices of reason,” said CEO David Marx. “Everyone has an opinion about justice – it is through Certification Training that we give your champions the voice to carry the conversation, to lead the cultural change.”
Plano, TX (PRWEB) January 19, 2013
Outcome Engenuity is pleased to announce that its Spring Just Culture Certification Course will be held April 15-19, 2013 in Dallas, Texas. This course will be taught by David Marx, CEO and father of Just Culture, and Scott Griffith, President. It will be held at the Westin Stonebriar, which is about 30 minutes from DFW International Airport.
The Just Culture Certification Course is a five-day training program designed to help organizations achieve better outcomes, pursue sustainable and positive culture change through learning and justice, and reduce adverse events. This is accomplished by developing in-house expertise in the 5 Skills and the Just Culture Algorithm™. Participants are provided with the tools and knowledge to lead cultural change and build effective socio-technical, justice and learning systems in their organizations.
Leaders from a wide variety of industries come together to earn certification as Just Culture Champions. This allows them to return to their organizations with the skills they need to affect change and improve their systems, showing them the path of the Just Culture journey. “You and your champions must be voices of reason,” said CEO David Marx. “Everyone has an opinion about justice – it is through Certification Training that we give your champions the voice to carry the conversation, to lead the cultural change.”
For more information and to register for the course, visit JustCulture.org, email info (at) outcome-eng (dot) com or call 866-785-0204.
About Just Culture
“Just Culture” is a process to implement organizational improvement, presenting a set of design laws that influence the ability to create desired societal outcomes. The five-skill model is designed to help change an organization’s culture by placing less focus on events, errors and outcomes, and more focus on risk, system design and the management of behavioral choices. It does this by defining three manageable behaviors based on an event’s degree of risk—human error, at-risk behavior and reckless behavior—and it strongly encourages the creation of an environment of free and open reporting within process systems. This helps to build a culture which encourages coaching and honesty at all levels, in order to bring about the best possible outcomes. Just Culture has been implemented by various organizations in such high-risk industries as healthcare, aviation and nuclear power to name a few.
About Outcome Engenuity
For 50 collective years, Outcome Engenuity has been working to help high-consequence industries, including aviation, healthcare, space flight and nuclear power, to become safer. Outcome Engenuity integrates systems engineering, human factors science, and even the law into unique strategies that are among the best in the world. The company creates some of the most complex socio-technical risk models the world has ever seen, teaches industries how to investigate events, and pioneers modern notions of values-supportive justice and learning. For more information on Outcome Engenuity please visit outcome-eng.com or call 866-785-0204.