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Engineers and designers must consider human imperfection
— Chris Clearfield from interview with CBC Radio regarding safety and new design features on the Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft

To be alive in the 21st century is to rely on countless systems-from electric grids to water treatment plants, transportation to satellite networks, healthcare to the law. But sometimes these systems fail us. Chris Clearfield via The Lavin Agency Speakers Bureau

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Chris Clearfield, Big Ideas Speaker Series at Rotman School of Management

CNBC:    Chris Clearfield, "Meltdown" author and former derivatives trader, talks about recent high-profile security breaches and what companies can do to shore up their online security.

CNBC: Chris Clearfield, "Meltdown" author and former derivatives trader, talks about recent high-profile security breaches and what companies can do to shore up their online security.

Meltdown      on C-SPAN.   Chris Clearfield and Andras Tilcsik examined the complexity of major systems and why they sometimes fail.

Meltdown on C-SPAN. Chris Clearfield and Andras Tilcsik examined the complexity of major systems and why they sometimes fail.

Yahoo Finance  - The FAA is investigating an emergency landing of a Boeing 737 Max jet, a member of the same fleet that has been grounded by world governments in the wake of two tragic plane crashes. Chris Clearfield, a licensed commercial pilot and author of Meltdown, joins Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous from Seattle to discuss.

Yahoo Finance - The FAA is investigating an emergency landing of a Boeing 737 Max jet, a member of the same fleet that has been grounded by world governments in the wake of two tragic plane crashes. Chris Clearfield, a licensed commercial pilot and author of Meltdown, joins Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous from Seattle to discuss.

Failure is a seemingly inevitable part of life. However, surprising new research shows that the myriad of failures that dominate headlines every day share similar causes. Chris Clearfield speaking at Commonwealth Club