A semi-chronological list of (good?) ideas that I have had the opportunity - or good luck - to work on and/or contribute to.
Goals-Means Task Analysis (GMTA). In retrospect this is probably a kind of precursor to FRAM in the sense that it describes a principle for systematically identifying functions and their prerequisites.
Phenotypes and genotypes (of erroneous actions). This was an early (and futile) attempt to get rid of "human error" as a concept - and certainly as a cause. It resulted in a couple of papers in the early 1990s. More important is, however, an unpublished position paper for a NATO ASI on Human Error (1983). The book from the NATO ASI wrote this about the position paper. Much has happened since then, as nicely summarised here: https://doi.org/10.1080/00140139.2021.1953615
Sic transit ...
CREAM (Cognitive Reliability and Error Analysis Method) - in retrospect clearly a big mistake!
ECOM (Extended Control Model)
Resilience Engineering (with David Woods and others)
The ETTO Principle
FRAM (the Functional Resonance Analysis Method)
RAG/SPM (the Resilience Assessment Grid which now is called the Systemic Potentials Management)
Resilient Health Care Net - which now has become the Resilient Health Care Society
Safety-I and Safety-II
Half-baked ideas are a kind of memory dump. These are things that I have started to work on but then either suspended due to a lack of time or because they no longer seem relevant.