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There will be many points of view and they will differ greatly based upon your perspective. Corporations' views will differ from environmentalists, lawyers will differ from engineers.
One area of focus will undoubtedly be whether we used all the tools at our disposal to respond to the crisis quickly and effectively. One might ask wouldn we? In reality, the discussion needs to be prevented us from doing so? to come in later blog posts, but for now I thought it would be ugg boots buy cheap ugg boots sale an opportune time to share some early really cheap ugg slippers reflections related to this oil crisis on this topic from my point of view. In particular, as we worked to energize problem solvers from all over the world to drive solutions for BP and the oil spill cleanup efforts, we and the world more broadly found it very difficult to pierce the corporate veil at BP to cheap ugg mini boots provide assistance. Even when BP provided vehicles for suggestions to be considered, it was clear that very cheap ugg boots this was not a primary strategy. Most were not process, and cheap ugg boots classic tall frankly, the world was never given the transparency or tools by BP to fully participate in the process in the first place. Why was this so difficult and what can we learn?
1) Crisis Situations are Inherently Chaotic: Add into that the political, governance, legal and PR issues when crisis is centered around a huge public multinational corporation and it gets worse. This leads to the bunker mentality which has dominated much of this crisis. Government and organizations will need to examine their policies, SOPs, etc. to ensure they don't actually limit the ability to respond in emergency situations. Policies should encourage quick and decisive use of open collaboration in crisis situations and disincent those that fail to use every avenue at their disposal.
2) We need to Overcome NIH: Open collaborative behavior is foreign to most organizations. They don't have the frame of experience to justify the cycles needed to make work or to invest. Early on, I am convinced that BP accepted ideas only because public relations demanded it. I suspect they may now see open collaboration as a potential first response strategy to actually deal with crisis situations. Interestingly, other oil companies and organization in other industries have now asked us to share our experience and solutions (not yet BP though). This whole experience has the potential to change the landscape. I believe many organizations had a collective epiphany (Could have been us! What can we do to be ready?) these past 3 months. The world may well learn from this tragedy.