Florida Transportation Builder, an American trade journal features JMJ’s article ‘Managing Worker Fatigue in a VUCA World: Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity Shroud the Industry, written by Hal Rabbino and Jeffrey Bradshaw, JMJ Senior Consultants.
Driver fatigue within the transportation industry has heightened, since the recent health crisis, which created an urgent demand for food, medical and other critical supplies across the nation.
Despite organizations’ best efforts and the technical and logistical approaches, the human-centric view of worker safety cannot be overlooked.
In this article, discover new ways of addressing the human performance challenge the transportation industry faces in this VUCA world. Organizations and leaders can balance the critical needs of supplying the nation, while still ensuring the health and well-being of its workers who keep the transportation industry functioning.
Rabbino and Bradshaw assert that a more holistic, human centric view of worker safety and our leadership is needed now and in the future.
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