Duhigg—The Power of Safety.” (Link found on the same page this document was on).
o Keystone habits
o What it takes to improve safety.
• This book chapter excerpt is focused on keystone habits but it is addressed primarily through safety. The concept of keystone habits has everything to do with culture so it touches quite
directly on the overriding focus of this course. Additionally, the chapter focuses on safety and how it can affect culture and culture affects safety.
Select one of the following scenarios and respond to the questions under the scenario you picked.
1. At the place where you work.
a. Identify what the goal(s) are.
b. Identify a keystone habit for the company that will help you achieve a goal.
c. Describe how you will implement change in your organization’s keystone habits.
d. Identify and describe small wins that you hope to experience on your way to achieving your goals
e. Once your keystone habits are in place, describe other habits within the company that you expect to change as a result.
2. You have recently been selected to become the president of the American Society of Safety Engineers Student Section at MSU. Your goals for the club are to increase the club’s active
membership and to increase the participation in projects and meetings.
a. Identify a keystone habit for the club that will help you achieve your two goals.
b. Describe how you will implement change in your organization’s keystone habits.
c. Identify and describe small wins that you hope to experience on your way to achieving your goals.
d. Once your keystone habits are in place, describe other habits within the club that you expect to change as a result.