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Ep. 28 — Diane Chadwick-Jones — Can you change the culture of a company overnight?

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Today's guest on the podcast is Diane Chadwick-Jones, a safety executive who recently retired from her position as BP’s Human Performance Director after 30 years at the company. She was appointed the Director of Leadership and Culture at BP just days before the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster.

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Today's guest on the podcast is Diane Chadwick-Jones, a safety executive who recently retired from her position as BP’s Human Performance Director after 30 years at the company. She was appointed the Director of Leadership and Culture at BP just days before the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster.

Regular listeners and those who have read Meltdown know that Deepwater Horizon was pivotal for me. Before it, I tended to think about complexity in the context of financial systems and global markets. After it, I saw clearly what kind of impact complexity can wreak on the wider world.

Diane and I don't talk about the Deepwater Horizon accident, and that's very intentional.

But we did get a chance to talk about her approach to safety, what it means to be a systems thinker, the problem with (some) incentives, and building a culture of learning without scaring people off.

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