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Videos

Making Invisible Bureaucracy Visible

About Mark Bodnarczuk on Ezine
About Mark Bodnarczuk on InfoBarrel

Books

Mark Bodnarczuk
Making Invisible Bureaucracy Visible: A Guide to Assessing and Changing Organizational Culture

Mark Bodnarczuk
The Breckenridge Enneagram

Mark Bodnarczuk
Diving In: Discovering Who You Are in the Second Half of Life, Mark Bodnarczuk

Mark Bodnarczuk
“Some Sociological Consequences of High-Energy Physicists’ Development of the Standard Model” in,
The Rise of the Standard Model, Hoddeson et. al.

Articles and Media about Breckenridge Institute®

James E. Leemann, in Industrial Safety and Hygiene News, September 2013
To Truly Change Your Culture...Requires deep insight and broad understanding

Report of Note…
Nuclear Weapons & Materials Monitor, April 19, 2013 Edition, Page 11.

Mark Bodnarczuk Moderates a Session on the Sandia Contract Re-compete at the 2013 Nuclear Deterrence Summit
Televised on C-span February 20, 2013
Choose Play List On the Right, Click Afternoon Part 2, Beginning at 1:29.

Rubyloida Bitog, in Sun Star Baguio, Philippines
Expert Challenges BSU to Excel

Articles on Organizational Transformation

Making Invisible Bureaucracy Visible In the DOE Nuclear Weapons Complex
Why the Prevailing Wisdom on Change within the DOE/NNSA Nuclear Weapons Complex Won’t Produce Transformation
A Precision Model for Organizational Transformation within the DOE/NNSA Nuclear Weapons Complex
Why Transforming the DOE Nuclear Weapons Complex Is So Difficult (Part I)
Why Transforming the DOE Nuclear Weapons Complex Is So Difficult (Part II)
What Is Organizational Transformation and Should You Transform
Ten Guidelines for Managers Who Want to Create Culture Change
The Building Blocks of Organizational Culture: Part 1 (Patterns of Interaction)
Struggling Against the Invisible Bureaucracy™ of Organizational Culture
The Culture Equation: Taking the Mystery Out of Organizational Culture
Four Global Forces that Will Shape Organizational Culture for the Next 50 Years
Four Criteria for Evaluating Organizational Consultants
Four Ways of Working as Generic Cultural Norms
The Organizational Trust Index™ as a Window into Organizational Culture
Root Causes of Conflict in Work-Groups
Has Your Organization Reached an Impasse?
How Revenue Sources Shape the Cultures of For-Profit, Non-Profit, and Government Organizations
Managers Are a Powerful Force for Creating (Or Maintaining) Organizational Culture
For additional publications on Organizational Transformation see:
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mark_Bodnarczuk

Articles on Quality Management

Towards an Orthodox Quality Assurance Program: Canonizing the Traditions at Fermilab
Reductionism, Emergence, and Functionalism; Presuppositions in Designing Internal QA Audits
Peer Review, Basic Research, and Engineering; Defining a Role for QA Professionals in Basic Research Environments
New Directions for QA in Basic Research: The Fermilab/DOE-CH Experience
Defining a Doctrine for QA in Government Funded Basic Research
Assuring Both Quality and Creativity in Basic Research
Quarks, Leptons, and Quality Assurance
Peer Review, Basic Research, and Engineering; Defining a Role for QA Professionals in Basic Research Environments
The Application of 10CFR830.120 in a Basic Research Environment
DOE-ER-STD-6001-92
A Conceptual Framework for Using DOE 5700.6C and the Other DOE Orders as an Integrated Management System; the Fermilab Experience
Science as Knowledge, Practice, and map making: The Challenge of Defining Metrics for Evaluating and Improving DOE-Funded Basic Experimental Science
DOE 5700.6C, 10CFR830.120, DOE-ER-STD-6001-92, and Covey-Based TQM: A Historical Perspective on Current Issues in Research Environments
Using Research Metrics to Evaluate the International Atomic Energy Agency Guidelines on Quality Assurance for R&D
Moving Beyond Business Process Reengineering Towards a New Employee-Employer Relationship
Redefining Quality Assumptions for the U.S. DOE Complex

For additional publications on Quality Management see:
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mark_Bodnarczuk

Articles on Personal Transformation

Mark Bodnarczuk
Four Dimensions of Leadership

Articles on History and Sociology of Science

Mark Bodnarczuk
Some Sociological Consequences of High-Energy Physicists’ Development of the Standard Model
Mark Bodnarczuk and Lillian Hoddeson
Megascience in Particle Physics: The Birth of an Experiment String at Fermilab
Lillian Hoddeson, Adrienne Kolb, and Catherine Westfall
“Bigger Science: Experiment Strings, 1970-1988” in Fermilab: Physics, the Frontier, and Megascience
Mark Bodnarczuk
The Social Structure of "Experimental" Strings at Fermilab; A Physics and Detector Driven Model
Mark Bodnarczuk
An Operational Approach To High Energy Physics Detectors At Fermilab
Mark Bodnarczuk, Editor
Reflections on the Fifteen Foot Bubble Chamber at Fermilab

External Studies and Reports

DOE Office of Inspector General
Inquiry into the Security Breach at the National Nuclear Security Administration’s Y-12 National Security Complex
National Academy of Public Administration
Positioning DOE’s Labs for the Future: A Review of DOE’s Management and Oversight of the National Laboratories
National Academy of Public Administration
Positioning DOE’s Labs for the Future: A Review of DOE’s Management and Oversight of the National Laboratories (Appendices to the Report)
S. Robert Cochran
Testimony on "Governance, Oversight, and Management of the Nuclear Security Enterprise" before the House Armed Service Committee
National Research Council of the National Academies
Managing for High-Quality Science and Engineering at the NNSA National Security Laboratories
Department of Defense
2010 Nuclear Posture Review Report
Institute for Defense Analyses
The Organization and Management of the Nuclear Weapons Program
Chiles Commission
Report of the Commission on Maintaining US Nuclear Weapons Expertise
Panel to Assess the Reliability, Safety, and Security of the US Nuclear Stockpile
2000 Foster Panel Report
Panel to Assess the Reliability, Safety, and Security of the US Nuclear Stockpile
2001 Foster Panel Report
2003 SEAB Blue Panel Commission
Competing the Management and Operations Contracts for DOE's National Laboratories
2005 SEAB Report
Recommendations for the Nuclear Weapons Complex of the Future
National Research Council of the National Academies
2005 National Laboratories and Universities: Building New Ways to Work Together
Defense Science Board Task Force
2005 Nuclear Weapons Effects Test, Evaluation, and Simulation
2008 Defense Science Board
Report on Nuclear Deterrence Skills
2009 Stimson Center Task Force
Leveraging Science for Security: A Strategy for the Nuclear Weapons Laboratories in the 21st Century
2009 Congressional Commission on the Strategic Posture of the US
America's Strategic Posture
Federal Research Division, Library of Congress
Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board: The First Twenty Years

Radio Interviews

Mark Bodnarczuk
Don’t Make Organizational Changes in a Cultural Vacuum on Voice America Business

Personality in Context®


 
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