DB6 - Which type of control measure do you see yourself...

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Which type of control measure do you see yourself using? Personally, I see myself using corrective control in my life. This is the type of control where corrective action is taken after the mistake is done to prevent future mistakes. Recently I was involved in a minor fender bender accident which cost me quite a bit to correct. The lesson learned here was to be more mindful when reversing. Although I know mistakes happen and nobody is perfect, it is possible to be more watchful and preventative. I wish I exercised more 'preventative control' in my life to avoid and
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Unformatted text preview: foresee a lot of unfortunate situaTons before they happen such as the one I just had to go through. Another type of control I use is concurrent control. When I am doing homework and pracTcing math concepts I ²nd myself acTvely correcTng myself as I am doing the acTvity. ±his allows me to learn and reach the correct answer if I am able to catch myself quickly enough. ±his type of control is also more ideal to me than correcTve control because you can catch mistakes while they are being made and before they get out of hand....
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  • Spring '12
  • CASSLER
  • TELS3340, mistake, The Mistake, Mistaken, fender bender accident

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