The turn-around operational concept of A-CDM was launched almost 10 years ago by Eurocontrol. Since then few airports have been successful in implementing CDM, many have started and jacked backwards while some are currently in the process. In the reconstruction of both land side and airside operations its important to critical points in the Turn Around process while appreciating the tensions between functional and social. KTH- The Royal Institute of Technology, and HALA in collaboration with MASCA- Managing system change in Aviation. SWEDAVIA-Swedish airports and IMPLEMENT- Change management consultancy,will present A-CDM change workshop during the SESAR innovation daysfrom 26th - 28th November 2013 to contribute to the Enabling change, including legal and regulatory aspects Track.
A number of issues to be tackled are inherent to the operational complexity and structural organization at actor level. During the workshop it is where academia meets industry. The skills and knowledge that will be shared during the conference will be from seeing CDM as a change challenge and what needs to be changed for a quick and smart Implementation. These issues will include among others
• Data, information sharing
• Culture divergences / collaboration between partners
• Managing risk/ The risk of misinterpretation of particular technical terms, The most critical being the TOBT concept.
• Past, present and the future of A-CDM
CDM change workshop will attract all management from Europe's regional airport's: ATM mangers and researchers,Airport CEO’s, Aviation Managers/ Airport operators, Airline managers, Airport IT/ CFMU, Airside Services, Security and safety staff, ground Handling, Runway and Operations staff. Fueling companies.
All Participants are encouraged to be actively