The OCC-“Allrounder” or the “eierlegende Wollmilchsau”
Often organizations are stuck in their old structures in times of fast growth, often manpower and resources are limited, sometimes a “we always did it like that” policy prevents required adjustments to changing environments. It is time for a change.
If you want something done, do it yourself. Is it true?
If you want something done, do it yourself: is it true? Talking about ops and crew software management, there are two different streamlines in airline IT departments at the moment: the first one supports and applies the theory that the software should be developed in-house, following internal needs and specifications; the second one goes in opposite direction: Airlines should select one or more vendors and purchase software off-the-shelves from them, with some customization if needed.
Three things Crew Tracker really hate!
Three things Crew Trackers really hate! The Crew Tracker´s working life consists of plenty of surprises, and for dealing with them fast and efficient decision-making skills are necessary. What they technically call unforeseen circumstances happens every day and can create a lot of problems to the Airlines operations. Let's have a look at the easiest situations that Crew Trackers have to face but really hate: