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  • Aircraft Maintenance COMPANY PROFILE
    , 2016
    Co-Authors: Aircraftmaintenance

    Abstract:

    Aircraft Maintenance COMPANY PROFILE. Athens AeroServices is an Aircraft Maintenance engineering and repair provider comprised by highly experienced Aircraft technical staff.

  • Aircraft Maintenance MLA Malta International Airport
    , 2016
    Co-Authors: Aircraftmaintenance

    Abstract:

    Aircraft Maintenance MLA Malta International Airport. Athens AeroServices is an Aircraft Maintenance engineering and repair provider comprised by highly experienced Aircraft technical staff.

  • Aircraft Maintenance STATIONS CYPRUS
    , 2016
    Co-Authors: Aircraftmaintenance

    Abstract:

    Aircraft Maintenance STATIONS CYPRUS. Athens AeroServices is an Aircraft Maintenance engineering and repair provider comprised by highly experienced Aircraft technical staff.

Ann Svensson – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Professional knowledge sharing in Aircraft Maintenance: a new complexity dynamics
    International Journal of Complexity in Leadership and Management, 2013
    Co-Authors: Ann Svensson

    Abstract:

    Aircraft Maintenance can be described as a complex and interactive technical system. The ever increasing complex system of Aircraft Maintenance places much greater demands on the professionals carrying out this work including the leadership and management roles. This ethnographical study analyses this complex and intelligent Aircraft Maintenance work. Sharing of professional knowledge is of vital importance enhancing the innovative and creative work done in this domain. The aim of this paper is to highlight the challenges for the leadership and the management teams to effectively link complexity to the highly collective human intelligence that flourishes in this military domain. The challenges will be based on the empirical findings showing how the intrinsic leadership, collective intelligence and social dimensions such as cooperation, professional knowledge and management skills are played out within the communities of Aircraft Maintenance.

  • Professional Knowledge-Sharing in Aircraft Maintenance
    , 2010
    Co-Authors: Ann Svensson

    Abstract:

    Aircraft Maintenance can be described as a complexly interactive and technical system. The ever-increasing complexity of Aircraft Maintenance places greater demands on the professions responsible for that work. The Maintenance work is performed within a risky and complex framework. A case study is performed within a military Aircraft Maintenance organization. The case study is then analysed in the framework of the professions, professional knowledge and knowledge sharing concepts. The knowledge and practical experience of the different professions, besides knowledge sharing and cooperation between them, are of great value for decision making in complex work situations. For this context the paper suggests support of information systems for professions, where quick access to common information and professional knowledge is of vital importance. The aim of this paper is to highlight challenges for knowledge sharing, according to the problems found in the empirical Aircraft Maintenance case. The overall analysis accounts for a profession-oriented approach. This paper shows how social dimensions such as cooperation in producing professional knowledge as well as knowledge sharing are played out within communities in Aircraft Maintenance.

  • Experiences from Aircraft Maintenance Professions: Challenges for Knowledge Integration
    , 2010
    Co-Authors: Ann Svensson

    Abstract:

    Aircraft Maintenance can be described as a complexly interactive and technical system. The ever-increasing complexity of Aircraft Maintenance place greater demands on the professions responsible for that work The Maintenance work is performed within a risky and complex framework. A case study is performed within a military Aircraft Maintenance organization. The case study is analysed, and the aim is to identify problems in the work situation for Aircraft Maintenance professionals. The knowledge and practical experience of the different professions, besides coordination and cooperation between them, are of great value for decision making in complex situations. For this context the paper highlights some design challenges for creating information systems for professions, where quick access to common information and professional knowledge is of vital importance. The aim of this paper is to find challenges for information and knowledge management, according to the problems found in the empirical Aircraft Maintenance case. This paper shows how social dimensions such as collaboration and sharing of common information and professional knowledge are played out within Aircraft Maintenance.

Anand K Gramopadhye – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • team training role of computers in the Aircraft Maintenance environment
    Computers & Industrial Engineering, 1999
    Co-Authors: David Kraus, Anand K Gramopadhye

    Abstract:

    Abstract Research on civil Aircraft inspection and Maintenance has shown the importance of teamwork in the Aircraft Maintenance environment. In addition, training has been identified as one of the primary intervention strategies in improving team performance. With improvements in technology-based training devices, it may be possible to provide Aircraft Maintenance technicians with training tools to help enhance their team skills and improve performance with the Aircraft Maintenance environment. This research examines the effectiveness and applicability of computer-based multimedia team training for Aircraft Maintenance technicians. Using a computer-based multimedia training tool—the Aircraft Maintenance Team Training (AMTT) software—a controlled study was conducted to: (1) evaluate the use of computers in acquiring knowledge on team skills, (2) determine the ease of use of a computer-based multimedia tool, and (3) determine if computer-based training was as effective as traditional instructor-based training. The results are reported as part of this paper.

  • computer based team training the Aircraft Maintenance environment example
    Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 1997
    Co-Authors: David Kraus, Anand K Gramopadhye, Joel S Greenstei, Ronald Nowaczyk

    Abstract:

    Research on civil Aircraft inspection and Maintenance has shown the importance of teamwork in accomplishing Aircraft Maintenance tasks. Training has been identified as one of the primary intervention strategies in improving team performance. Moreover, if training is to be successful, it is clear that we need to provide Aircraft Maintenance technicians with training tools to help enhance their team skills and improve team performance within the Aircraft Maintenance environment. In response to this need, this research looked at the role of team training and specifically that of advanced technology for team training. A controlled study was conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of advanced technology for team training. The study was conducted in two phases: 1) Instructional phase where 18 subjects received training through a computer-based team training program and 18 subjects received training using a traditional instructor-based equivalent team training program, and 2) Evaluation phase where the subjects …