Dr. Carder has published over 50 articles in scientific and professional journals, including two inScience, the journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Below is a list of several (relatively) recent publications on safety and measurement.
- A Psychological Theory of Culture . Using the Nobel winning research of Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky to understand culture.
- A method for changing the system, process, and culture underlying safety performance. Safety performance is controlled by the system and the process, which can be changed rapidly, and by the culture which changes more slowly.
- A survey based system for safety measurement and improvement The is a Pdf of our article from The Journal of Safety Research in which we describe the development of the safety culture survey and the studies of reliability and validation.
- Webinar PowerPoint: Measuring performance; damned if you do and damned if you don’t This is a Pdf of the slides from a recent (September, 2011) webinar we did for the Human Development and Leadership Division of ASQ.
- Primer: Measuring performance; damned if you do and damned if you don’t This is a Pdf of the booklet that goes with the webinar.
- Measurement Matters: How Effective Assessment Drives Business and Safety Performance This is a link to Amazon where our book can be purchased. As of August 6, 2015 the price was $150.00. We think it is a good book, but not that good. You can get an ebook for $20 at ASQ.
- Benchmarking and Performance Appraisal part 1. This is a link to the first half or the chapter in the Safety Professional's Handbook. This is the first edition, as I do not have a Pdf of the second edition.
- Benchmarking and Performance Appraisal part 2. This is the second half of the chapter.