We know from research and lessons learned that in order for organizations and individuals to prevent incidents and do the right things, organizations and all appropriate people must be equipped with the right tools to get the right information to the right people in the right places at the right times with the right documentation so individuals can do the right things.
Part 1 of Doing the Right Things shared why organizations of all types are failing to prevent preventable incidents of all types.
Part 2 of Doing the Right Things provided an overview and a partial list of the right information, which can come in many forms and originate from numerous sources.
The Right People
Who are the right people? The right people may be one or two people or the right people may be a team or a committee of people. The right people may be from one organization or the right people may be from multiple organizations. The right people may be in one department or multiple departments or in one location or in multiple locations…are you equipped to get the right information to the right people?
Lessons learned clearly reveal the majority of fines, lawsuits, ethics violations, workplace violence, suicides, bullying, cyberbullying, sexual assaults, child abuse and numerous other incidents were preventable, but the right people did not have the right information at the right time to intervene, prevent and do the right things.
Is your organization getting all of the right information to all of right people and equipping all appropriate individuals to do the right things? Do you have gaps and silos and disconnects preventing your organization from preventing preventable incidents?
If you would like to see a demonstration of how early adopter organizations are getting the right information to the right people so they can do the right things, click here.