Innovation and Change Management in Aviation
At the end of this module learners will be expected to……….
A. Knowledge & Understanding
A1: Demonstrate systematic and comprehensive knowledge and understanding of principles, concepts and methods of innovation and change management in organizations; understand the change management process and change planning
B. Cognitive skills
B1 Critically examine sources of innovation and its application within the context of change management
B2 Critically analyze the unique characteristics of air transport and their management of innovation and change processes.
C. Practical and professional skills.
C1: Critically analyze and evaluate relevant theories and models and the application of this.
C2: Development of professional presentation
D Key transferable skills
D1: Select, analyze, synthesize and evaluate from a wide range of academic and industry sources
D2: Communicate ideas, principles and theories, arguments and analysis effectively in speech or writing
A formal report to be present to a board of directors.
The report will be based upon defining an area of innovation to address a current issue or improvement within an airline business using approaches and appraisal/ auditing models of the aviation environment; with evaluation of models and theories used fully addressed.
Planning of change strategy to be employed and reasoned recommendations in design, implementation of choices and management of change to be detailed based on decisions made.
CURRENT ISSUE: PILOT SHORTAGE
INNOVATION: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE/ROBOTS IN THE COCKPIT(AS CO-PILOT)
WORD COUNT: 4000
THIS IS A FORMAL REPORT AND MUST HAVE …
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