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Chapter 30: Writing as a Human Factors/Ergonomics Practitioner

by Don Harris Practitioner summary The ability to write clear, concise reports is a mandatory skill for practitioners, not an option: ultimately, your report is a major part of what you are paid for. Your work is only as valuable … Continue reading

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Chapter 28: Communicating with Decision Makers: Getting the Board on Board

by Nigel Heaton and Bernie Catterall Practitioner summary Human factors and ergonomics (HF/E) practitioners have the best opportunity ever to communicate with senior decision makers to get our message to the Boards of companies, but we need to adapt our approach … Continue reading

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Chapter 6: Human Factors and Ergonomics in the Media

by Ron Gantt and Steven Shorrock Practitioner summary Human factors and ergonomics (HF/E) as a discipline and profession addresses issues of profound interest to society. But the discipline and its subject matter tends to be represented in a small number … Continue reading

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