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Meltdown: Why Our Systems Fail and What We Can Do About It by Chris Clearfield and Andras Tilcsik

By: Clearfield, Chris.
Contributor(s): Tilcsik, Andras.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London Atlantic Books Ltd. 2018Description: 294p.ISBN: 9781786492241.Subject(s): Computer system failure - Management | Emergency management - Decision makingDDC classification: 158.1
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Prologue: A day like any other
Part I: Failure all around us.
1. The danger zone
2. Deep waters, new horizons
3. Hacking, fraud, and all the news that's unfit to print
Part II: Conquering complexity.
4. Out of the danger zone
5. Complex systems, simple tools
6. Reading the writing on the wall
7. The anatomy of dissent
8. The speed bump effect
9. Strangers in a strange land
10. Surprise!
Epilogue: The golden age of meltdowns.

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