tisdag 11 maj 2010

Tsunami alert, and lessons for the future


I write my column Sweden's Helplessness in TCS Daily on 24 January 2005.
Tsunami disaster exposes structural flaw in supposedly perfect system
Outside of Southeast Asia, Sweden is the country that has been hit hardest by the tsunami. The disaster has ignited a debate over the concentration of power and the policies and organization of government that hold some valuable lessons for the rest of the world.
The lessons from the Swedish tsunami disaster are all too relevant for many other organizations and situations. The risk of future disasters emphasizes the need for clarity, and focus on organizational main purposes -- objectives that cannot be achieved in centralized, top-down hierarchies.
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