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Understanding Human Capabilities and Limitations: An Essential Ingredient For Ethical Management
Understanding Human Capabilities and Limitations: An Essential Ingredient For Ethical Management
Understanding Human Capabilities and Limitations: An Essential Ingredient For Ethical Management
Understanding Human Capabilities and Limitations: An Essential Ingredient For Ethical Management
Understanding Human Capabilities and Limitations: An Essential Ingredient For Ethical Management
Understanding Human Capabilities and Limitations: An Essential Ingredient For Ethical Management
Understanding Human Capabilities and Limitations: An Essential Ingredient For Ethical Management
Understanding Human Capabilities and Limitations: An Essential Ingredient For Ethical Management
Understanding Human Capabilities and Limitations: An Essential Ingredient For Ethical Management
Understanding Human Capabilities and Limitations: An Essential Ingredient For Ethical Management
Understanding Human Capabilities and Limitations: An Essential Ingredient For Ethical Management
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Understanding Human Capabilities and Limitations: An Essential Ingredient For Ethical Management

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Understanding Human Capabilities and Limitations: An Essential Ingredient For Ethical Management

A thorough understanding of what people can and cannot do is vital to ethically manage a business, school, government or not for profit agency.

Understanding Human Capabilities and Limitations develops that understanding through interactive activities which illustrate the human capabilities and limitations followed by a discussion of whether it would be ethical or unethical to ignore the concept discussed in:
.designing products
.managing employees
.promoting products
.working with our customers.

Participants will remember more from Understanding Human Capabilities and Limitations than from a traditional lecture and they will have more fun than at a typical party!!!

This presentation is the newest in the Games to Explain Human Factors: Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!! Series

Champion: Jennifer Wolf
Semifinalists: Cassey LeBlanc, Christopher Dean & Theyab Ahehayan
Sponsors: Dr. Deborah S. Carstens & Dr. Roger Manley
Photos by: Michael Bluestein & Ron Shapiro

Florida Institute of Technology
November 3, 2009

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  • 1. Understanding Human Capabilities and Limitations: An Essential Ingredient For Ethical ManagementChampion Jennifer WolfPresented by Dr Ronald G. ShapiroGames To Explain Human Factors: Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!! SeriesI would like to thank Dr. Deborah Carstens and Dr. Roger Manley for sponsoring this program at Florida Institute Of Technology.. Ronald G. Shapiro, Ph. D. Consultant in Human Factors and Human Resources Florida Institute of Technology #1 Come, Participate, Come, Participate, Melbourne Florida Jennifer Wolf, Champion Learn & Have Fun!!! Learn & Have Fun!!! Sponsors: Dr. Deborah S. Carstens & Dr. Roger Manley November 3, 2009 Photos by: Michael Bluestein & Ron Shapiro Series
  • 2. Come, Participate, Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!! Learn & Have Fun!!!Theyab Ahehayan attempts tocatch the dollar dropped by Dr. Ron Shapiro
  • 3. Cassey LeBlanc, wearing 180 degree inversion prisms, Come, Participate, directs Christopher Dean (blindfolded) to place National Come, Participate, Ergonomics Month (NEM) and Board of Certification inLearn & Have Fun!!!Learn & Have Fun!!! Professional Ergonomics (BCPE) stickers on the PIN Chart.
  • 4. Come, Participate, Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!! Learn & Have Fun!!!Cassey LeBlanc, wearing 180 degree inversion prisms and Christopher Dean (blindfolded) posingafter Casey directed Chris to place National Ergonomics Month (NEM) and Board of Certification in Professional Ergonomics (BCPE) stickers on the PIN Chart.
  • 5. Come, Participate, Come, Participate,Learn & Have Fun!!!Learn & Have Fun!!!
  • 6. Come, Participate, Come, Participate,Learn & Have Fun!!!Learn & Have Fun!!! Jennifer Wolf
  • 7. Come, Participate, Come, Participate, Jennifer Wolf, FIT ’10 majoring in Accounting, was shown her bandana for a few seconds before being blindfolded with it. Her first job was toLearn & Have Fun!!!Learn & Have Fun!!! describe the bandana and answer questions such as What color are the presents? What color are the balloons?
  • 8. Come, Participate, Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!! Learn & Have Fun!!! LotionJennifer, what is on your right hand? Jennifer, what is on your left hand?
  • 9. Come, Participate, Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!! Learn & Have Fun!!! What is on your left Jennifer, hand?what is on your right hand now?
  • 10. Come, Participate, Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!! Learn & Have Fun!!!Jennifer, please name Jennifer, who did youeveryone in the room. forget to name?
  • 11. Come, Participate, Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!! Learn & Have Fun!!!Jennifer, we have hidden a special prize for you which is worthmore than a dollar. The prize says Congratulations right on it.Your job is to describe the prize and tell us where it is locatedwithout removing your blindfold. You may ask any Yes or Noquestions which you like. The audience will answer themaccurately. You may also move around the room and feel for it.Good luck and have fun!!!
  • 12. Space Coast ChapterHuman Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) Michael Vandall, President

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