Aircraft Maintenance Technology

OCT 2018

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48 OCTOBER 2018 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONALISM Leadership for Today's Challenges FlightSafety International and ServiceElements have partnered to offer a new three-day leadership program for today's leadership in our industry By Bob Hobbi Today, leadership is taking on a new meaning. Not only are there many changes happening around the globe and in the business environment, but there are changes occurring in our aerospace industry and more specifically in the business and general aviation industry. Some of the changes are obvious: technology around us and in the aircraft, global business dynamics, the shortage of qualified pilots and technicians, social dynamics, and demographics, just to name a few. But, there are more subtle changes as well: the culture of business aviation is changing; our passengers and their expectations are changing; the C-Suite and the way a flight operation is viewed are changing; the value proposition for business and private aircraft is shifting. One change that is worthy of examining is the impact of technology. We have never experienced technology change as we are today. Changes in technology are profound with many tentacles growing fast and furious into our daily lives. These changes SERVICEELEMENTS

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