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The multitude of unseen duties that keep your business aviation assets operating safely, smoothly, and on budget require peoples’ bandwidth. But, as more and more bandwidth is utilized, team capacity is consumed and risk rises. Not good.
To help your operation manage this “too much to do” risk factor, I’ll cover how calibrating your team’s capacity can lead to maximum safety without maximum spend. And, you’ll learn what common operational spikes can overload capacity circuits.
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