This is an interesting story to me since the cited cause of the accident is what I would consider to be a natural reaction to losing trust in the electronics. Why the pilot wouldn’t discuss the perceived problems with his electronics with the bridge team is another obvious problem.
After reading about it, wouldn’t the more likely cause be over reliance on the electronic aids led to a lack of ability to effectively use the visual aids to pilot through the turn?
From a BRM standpoint, for me personally, I monitor turns both visually and on the ECDIS / Radars whenever possible. I’d say I’m more focused on watching the helm to make sure it is getting to where the pilot wants it, but monitoring the turn overall is part of it for sure. Everyone can make a mistake, even the most seasoned among us.