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  • Virtual Teams Essay

    Demographics - Dutch manager in the airline sector currently creating a new virtual team and recruiting new members Introduction into the topic - Manager always worked in an international environment and various cultures - Manager cannot imagine how wok will be in a national environment - Main Advantage of virtual teams is the extra dimension that is added to the team work. This has something to with the inputs of different people of the world. Current focus is on a pan-European team…

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  • Molon Labe Case Study

    Mitigating Risks for Molon Labe Designs’ Side-Slip Seat Product launches fail for many reasons, but three of the main causes are: 1) Spending too much money on the development and manufacture of the product, and not enough on marketing the launch; 2) Falling in love with one’s own product and not adapting it to market priorities or educating the consumer; and 3) Not thinking through distribution (Harvard Business Review, 2011). Molon Labe has spent considerable time and resources on the…

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  • Case Study Of Malaysia Airlines

    Understanding Generation Y is the key to keep them in a company, but what should we do to show that we understand them? For the case of Malaysia Airlines (MAS), there are some recommendations to the company in order to improve the retention practice of Generation Y employee. After the sad incident happened, all the cabin crew have trauma to work in a plane. In order to keep cabin crews’ and other employees’ loyalty to work with MAS, the company have to show the sincerity to make some changes in…

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  • Air Aviation Case Study

    1. Overview: Although flight history is full of unfortunate deadly incidents, planes are statistically the safest mean of transport. Saving money and time and safe trips are the main reasons why airplanes are the first choice when it comes to travelling especially for long distances. With the explosion of client demands and the mass production of aircrafts, managing the air traffic becomes harder and eventually the current managing system will fail against the enormous number of airplanes…

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  • Dynamics Of Aircraft Degradation Case Study

    Chapter 4: Dynamics of aircraft degradation The dynamics of the number of failures is accumulated to help predications of mechanical failures especially basing on last repairs or periodic inspections. Factors are related to procedures and the time as well as extent of maintenance being the variable under control as the methodology is applied. The aircraft system is designed with an intended or expected life period, where period refers to time units (hours) of being used. Failed state, is reached…

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  • Positive And Negative Impact On Team Performance

    Explain two different leadership styles and its positive and negative impact on team performance. Outline the leadership style of Tim Clark and Goh Choong phong and its positive results on their airlines?(criteria 1.2) 1. Autocratic leadership style The autocratic leaders follow close supervision of the employees. The strict performances standards are set by the autocratic leaders are clear directions are provided to the employees for fulfilling the task. The employees will not be able to…

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  • Saudi Aramco Case Study

    Summary During the summer of 1997, a study of aircraft maintenance employee schedules was conducted at the flight department of Saudi Aramco (biggest oil company in the world) in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia (Alfares, 1997) Objective was to calculate the current fixed-wing aircraft maintenance worker schedule and come out with solution to improve and to decide the optimum work schedule that fulfills increasing maintenance labor requirements with the lowest cost and highest efficiency. Flight department…

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  • Swot Analysis: SWOT Analysis Of American Airlines

    SWOT Analysis American Airlines SWOT Analysis American Airlines The SWOT analysis is a widely used tool used to scan the internal and external environment to achieve a systematic approach and support for strategic decision-making (Ebonzo Menga, Lu & Liu, 2015). An organization strengths and weaknesses can be identified by examining internal factors. The opportunities available to the organization and the threats it faces can be determined by examining external factors (Simoneaux & Stroud,…

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  • PEST Analysis: The Airline Industry

    PEST analysis is implemented to analyse and understand the environment of the industry in which the analysed case was operating. The analysis reveals the general macro-environmental factors in the airline industry, which have an impact on the firm. These external forces are not controllable by the company, but they strongly affect the decisions, performance and strategies. Political From the year 1993, by the contribution of the European Union, the European airline industry has started to…

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  • Airline Business Model Analysis

    An airline’s business model is a description of the value the company delivers to targeted customers and of how it configures resources internally and externally to achieve this (Holloway (2012). Tretheway (2004) states that from 1945 to end of the 20th century, the world’s airline industry built a product that offers passengers to fly seamlessly to almost any other part of the world by purchasing a single ticket. However, to develop this product, airlines had to invest costly systems and…

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