Noetic releases a number of publications through the year, from thought leadership pieces through to regular media and social media commentary. Find them in this section.

Maximizing diversity and performance through inclusive leadership

Maximizing Diversity and Performance Through Inclusive Leadership Inclusive leadership is not the latest fashion or fad or HR speak. It’s not a fly-by-night campaign. It’s how leaders harness the benefits of workplace diversity and build organizational success. In practice, inclusive leadership involves ongoing collaboration and leadership behavior that encourages [...]

Maximizing diversity and performance through inclusive leadership2019-05-03T02:25:17+10:00

Smart Seeds – cultivating innovation for infrastructure

Smart Seeds - Cultivating Innovation for Infrastructure “innovation encourages risk, creativity and embracing uncertainty” - by Timothy Leavold Smart Seeds attempts to add some spark to imagining future infrastructure. The 10-week program encourages groups of young professionals to develop innovative solutions to a series of infrastructure challenges. Noetic’s [...]

Smart Seeds – cultivating innovation for infrastructure2019-05-03T02:24:18+10:00

Peter Wilkinson appointed to the Nuclear Safety Committee

Peter Wilkinson Appointed to the Nuclear Safety Committee Effective January 1, 2018 until 1 December 2020, Peter Wilkinson was reappointed to the Nuclear Safety Committee (‘NSC’) which provides advice to the CEO of Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA). Peter is Noetic’s Principal Consultant in safety management and organisational [...]

Peter Wilkinson appointed to the Nuclear Safety Committee2019-01-29T15:35:24+10:00

Effective regulator, what does it look like?

What does an effective regulator look like? The cost of regulation to industry and its impact on the industry’s operations is being discussed across the world as countries seek to gain economic competitive advantage. Some argue that safety and environmental regulation is an unnecessary cost to industry and that the [...]

Effective regulator, what does it look like?2019-05-03T02:38:21+10:00

Values and Practices – Can you have one without the other?

Values and Practices - Can you have one without the other? Implementing good safety practices is an essential, and practical, route to developing a good organizational culture, argues Peter Wilkinson in this Insight paper. "Much of my work as a safety practitioner tends to focus on improving critical controls intended [...]

Values and Practices – Can you have one without the other?2019-04-06T03:09:14+10:00

Safety critical elements

Safety Critical Elements: Overcoming Human and Organizational Challenges It is important to put critical controls which can prevent major incidents at the heart of management and preventive activities, for regulators and operators. Peter Wilkinson, Noetic’s General Manager - Risk, wrote about priorities within safety management for The Safety Institute [...]

Safety critical elements2019-04-06T03:15:26+10:00

Looking beyond response

Looking Beyond Response The United States and the Caribbean have recently experienced a series of unprecedented hurricanes The response to the devastation has generally been satisfactory A ‘business as usual’ approach to the recovery effort cannot be taken - by Peter Murphy The southern United States and the Caribbean [...]

Looking beyond response2018-09-20T09:40:20+10:00

Fighting the Islamic State: understanding why transnational fighters mobilize

Fighting the Islamic State: Understanding Why Transnational Fighters Mobilize by Jason Fritz This past week, The World – a joint venture between Public Radio International and the British Broadcasting Corporation – aired a story that included some highlights of my research with Joseph Young at American University.[1] For approximately [...]

Fighting the Islamic State: understanding why transnational fighters mobilize2019-05-03T02:40:56+10:00

Podcast – Learning from Catastrophe

"That Couldn't Happen To Us, Could It?" “I help people do what they should be doing, but generally aren’t,” explains Noetic’s General Manager - Risk, Peter Wilkinson, in this Safety on Tap interview with Andrew Barrett. Please listen in the audio player below: For more visit Safety on Tap [...]

Podcast – Learning from Catastrophe2019-01-29T15:49:12+10:00

High Reliability Organizations (HRO)

HIGH RELIABILITY ORGANIZATIONS Some companies cannot afford to make mistakes. This Noetic Insight looks at high reliability organizations and how we can learn from them. - by Peter Wilkinson If you are engaged in intrinsically complex operations or processes where the consequences of failure are serious, then HRO [...]

High Reliability Organizations (HRO)2019-05-03T02:43:54+10:00
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