There are six steps to our management process, beginning with defining the
mission to implementing lessons learned from the process and applying it to
new future missions. This process embeds a culture of continuous
improvement within the organization.
We begin by focusing on the mission and its goals. To be successful, a mission must be specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and have defined time frame.
This phase of the workshop includes research, examining alternatives, training, performing different models, and preparing a contingency plan. We focus on methods and tools for optimal planning.
The final step before execution, it explains the rational behind the planning and presents highlights for execution
The plan is put in motion. Debriefing is done at short intervals to allow for correction.
Performed during and immediately following execution, it is a future-oriented process that relies on insights gained from past experience to prepare for future experiences.
Considered the most difficult stage, it involves developing routines and work processes that integrates the lessons learned from the debrief into daily and weekly work activities.
From the Cockpit to Your Organization. We shift the focus from the flight simulator
experience to real-world applications based on lessons learned in the cockpit.
Using a case study, situation, or challenge that you are currently facing, we analyze the situation and apply the methodology used in the simulators to your situation.
The workshop focuses on cultural excellence within organizations
and teams, exploring those cultural elements that make one
organization great. Teams learn which elements relating to culture
are needed to strengthen positive cultures and prioritize those
issues that need improving.
We take the lessons learned in the flight simulator
and transfer them into real-world applications.
Yes. Our unique training program, led by fighter pilots and simulator instructors, allows anyone to fly and perform the missions.
Yes, the simulator doesn’t move or vibrate. Thousands of pregnant women have flown in our simulators without any problems.
Yes, participants must be 12 years or older.