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HindSight28: changing to adapt and adapting to change
“There are many sayings about change – that change is constant, that it is painful, that you have to start by changing yourself, that it should not be an end in itself… However, ultimately most of these sayings are making the point that change is probably necessary, and it is better to embrace it and drive the change rather than resist it” stated Eamonn Brennan, EUROCONTROL Director General in the HindSight28 Magazine.
So, nothing surprising that the theme of issue 28 of HindSight magazine is ‘Change’. Changes in aviation – in organisations, in industry and in society generally – affect us all, and can affect the safety of air traffic management.
“For decades, flights have been channelled into very specific routes between fixed waypoints”, added Eamonn Brennan. “That’s now changing, with aircraft free to choose where they fly, resulting in more efficient trajectories”.
Change is necessary to adapt to the changing world, and we need to adapt to these changes as individuals, teams, and organisations. “The change is being introduced gradually and progressively”, explain Eamonn Brennan, “first at nights and/or weekends and then H24”.
In Hindsight28, You will find articles from the front-line, as well as from safety, legal, leadership, human factors and psychology specialists.
HindSight is produced for air traffic controllers by the EUROCONTROL Safety Improvement Sub-Group (SISG). Issued twice a year, HindSight aims to help operational air traffic controllers to share in the experiences of other controllers who have been involved in ATM-related safety occurrences.
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