Tag: load control productivity

How to achieve Automation in Load Control (Part 4 of 7): Automated Messaging

Tuesday, Jul 03, 2018, 9:15
Automated messaging is an important and in parts also mandatory part of Load Control. It is the transmission of (necessary) Load Control information, messages and documents that need to be delivered to other Load Control stakeholders for further processing. Please read in this blog, what kind of messages shall ideally be triggered automatically.

How to achieve Automation in Load Control (Part 1 of 7)

Wednesday, Nov 15, 2017, 8:19
A high level of automation is one, if not the most important objective for Load Control organizations within airlines. In this blog I speak about selected automation triggers that might help a airlines to identify fields of improvement within their Weight & Balance department.

Improve Your Load Control Efficiency (2) - Correct Usage of the System

Tuesday, Apr 05, 2016, 11:01
You probably have experienced the following situation while using Microsoft Word®: You are in hurry, because you need this 30-page document to be ready by tomorrow. But instead of creating first a style sheet, you – because you have forgotten how to create a style sheet – try to save time by simply typing the whole text into a blank document. Afterwards you bring it into the desired design by formatting it manually.

Improve your Load Control efficiency (3): Why culture matters!

Monday, Jul 11, 2016, 5:46
Buying "a fully automated" Load Control Solution seems to be for many airlines the perfect ultimate key to achieve increased productivity. But looking in a more holistic way on this topic, I found out, that cultural influence in work organizations plays a much more important role, than one might believe. Moreover: Culture most often can´t be “seen”. But it is there!  

Improve your Load Control efficiency (4): Why the auto-load button doesn´t always make your life easier….

Thursday, Nov 24, 2016, 12:18
In Load Control automation can be described as the use of system support to simplify processes. But it appears that the benefits gained through automation are perceived differently between the management and the user level. It is the management’s task to take these gaps into consideration when deciding to make their load control department more efficient through automation support.