Risk Assessment for Aviation Operations Improvement Projects
No decision maker willingly sets themselves up for failure. However, when introducing new operations or making changes to existing operations, there is little chance of success if targets are set too high without considering the company’s capability. An executable model using a capability score integrated with the performance and anticipated value has been proposed to assess the likelihood of success and failure of meeting performance gain targets from improvements for new aviation operations development. The method indicates to companies when and where their capability needs to be adjusted. This alleviates the problem aviation services providers have when they embark on operations improvement initiatives with an organisational setup that limits their chance of success. By matching the performance targets for operations improvement projects to organisational capability score, a higher hit-rate of success to change can be achieved.
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- Nicholds, Boyd A
- Mo, John P T
- Publication Date: 2016
- Media Type: Web
- Pagination: pp 31-48
- TRT Terms: Civil aviation; Decision making; Improvements; Operations; Organizational effectiveness; Performance measurement; Project management; Risk assessment
- Subject Areas: Administration and Management; Aviation;
- Accession Number: 01631740
- Record Type: Publication
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Mar 30 2017 12:24PM