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Socio-technical system design and organisational power structures: Addressing growing complexity in aerospace. / Amaldi, Paola; Quercioli, Monica, S.; Smoker, Anthony.

2016. 1 Poster session presented at Human Factors in Complex Systems, Nottingham, United Kingdom.

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Amaldi, P, Quercioli, MS & Smoker, A 2016, 'Socio-technical system design and organisational power structures: Addressing growing complexity in aerospace', Human Factors in Complex Systems, Nottingham, United Kingdom, 7/06/16 - 8/06/16 pp. 1.

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Amaldi, P., Quercioli, M. S., & Smoker, A. (2016). Socio-technical system design and organisational power structures: Addressing growing complexity in aerospace. 1. Poster session presented at Human Factors in Complex Systems, Nottingham, United Kingdom.

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Amaldi P, Quercioli MS, Smoker A. Socio-technical system design and organisational power structures: Addressing growing complexity in aerospace. 2016. Poster session presented at Human Factors in Complex Systems, Nottingham, United Kingdom.

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Amaldi, Paola ; Quercioli, Monica, S. ; Smoker, Anthony. / Socio-technical system design and organisational power structures: Addressing growing complexity in aerospace. Poster session presented at Human Factors in Complex Systems, Nottingham, United Kingdom.1 p.

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