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[https://www.skybrary.aero/bookshelf/books/5377.pdf '''''Download the full HindSight 29 magazine here''''']
 
[https://www.skybrary.aero/bookshelf/books/5377.pdf '''''Download the full HindSight 29 magazine here''''']
  
Published in October 2019, [https://www.skybrary.aero/bookshelf/books/4508.pdf HindSight 28] focused on the theme of '''Change: Changing to adapt and adapting to change'''.  
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Published in October 2019, [https://www.skybrary.aero/bookshelf/books/4508.pdf HindSight 28] focused on the theme of '''Goal conflicts and trade-offs'''.  
  
 
This edition also includes a supplement only available on-line. [https://www.skybrary.aero/bookshelf/books/4546.pdf '''''Download the On-line Supplement to HindSight 28 here''''']
 
This edition also includes a supplement only available on-line. [https://www.skybrary.aero/bookshelf/books/4546.pdf '''''Download the On-line Supplement to HindSight 28 here''''']
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===Welcome===
 
===Welcome===
  
"Welcome to Issue 28 of HindSight magazine. The theme of this Issue 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. The pace of change is increasing. Change is necessary to adapt to the changing world, and we need to adapt to these changes as individuals, teams, and organisations.
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"Welcome to Issue 29 of HindSight magazine – the EUROCONTROL magazine on the safety of air traffic management. The theme of this Issue is ‘Goal Conflicts and Trade-offs’. For this magazine, and you the readers, safety is a particularly important goal. But it exists along with several other goals, including the environment, capacity, cost-efficiency, and security. The importance of each goal, and how we work to achieve them, changes depending on the situation, in the short and long term.
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In this Issue, we have a fantastic range of articles from air traffic controllers, professional pilots, human factors and safety management specialists, as well as specialists from other industries to give some outside perspectives. HindSight is written primarily for air traffic controllers and professional pilots, and others with a professional interest in the themes, especially those who support safety and front-line work. For operational and non-operational staff alike, it is important to hear from others, in other places, and roles: controllers, pilots, safety management specialists, designers, engineers, and managers at all levels, in all parts of aviation. It is important to understand the reality of front-line work and how the aviation system – and society more generally – affects this reality.
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With HindSight, we hope to help create conversations about the themes and issues. Do your operational and non-operational colleagues know about HindSight? Would you be willing to ask them, and encourage them to subscribe? Search ‘SKYbrary HindSight’ for details, and if you need paper copies for your Ops room, then please get in touch.
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This Issue – as usual – blends articles on the reality of work. The articles are written by air traffic controllers and professional pilots, and those who study or make decisions about work and safety. We have more articles from pilots than usual, and we know that this will be appreciated. The authors address a number of questions about goal conflicts and trade-offs, such as: What goals influence human and system behaviour? How do they affect us and the aviation system more generally? What trade-offs do we need to make to resolve the dilemmas that we face? How does safety fit into the picture? How can we talk about these issues openly?
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HindSight writers contribute freely. It is how they give back to the aviation community and travelling public, and keep up their professional development. This is something mentioned in this Issue by Captain Richard Champion de Crespigny – captain of QF32. In fact, professional development was a critical influence on the outcome that day.
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The next Issue of HindSight is on ‘Wellbeing’. This is a topic that can be more difficult to discuss than ‘hard’ safety topics, but it is one that has real consequences for individuals, families, organisations, and the public. What are your experiences when it comes to wellbeing and safety? Let us know, in a few words or more, for Issue 30 of HindSight magazine."
  
In this issue, we have articles from the front-line, as well as from safety, legal, leadership, human factors and psychology specialists. All HindSight articles are written and selected to be interesting and useful to the primary readers of HindSight: air traffic controllers and professional pilots, and hopefully to all others who support operational work. Let us know what you think about this edition and about the magazine in general. And tell your colleagues about it, whether the paper version or HindSight online, at SKYbrary. If you need more copies for your Ops room, then please let us know.
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==HindSight 29 Articles==
 
 
This Issue starts with a section on the nature of change and some fundamental issues and implications. The following sections consider various types of changes, to airport operations, equipment and tools, airspace, procedures and traffic flows, jobs, and laws and regulations. The regular feature on ‘Views from Elsewhere’ includes articles from shipping, healthcare, banking, and psychotherapy for front- line professions. The articles cover many different types of change: large and small, systemic and individual, long- and short-term, obvious and subtle. The authors address a number of questions, such as: Why is there a need for change? What needs to change? Who makes changes, for whom? How should changes occur? When should change occur, and over how long? What influences whether change is successful, or not? What happens after change? How do we adapt to changing situations? Throughout, there is an emphasis on front-line involvement in change.
 
 
 
The next Issue of HindSight is on the theme of ‘Goal Conflicts and Trade-offs’. Safety is the focus of this magazine and is obviously critical to air traffic management, but it is one of several goals, including cost-efficiency, CO2 emissions, noise, capacity, and security. How do these goals interact? What kinds of trade-offs are made as a result? Let us know, in a few words or more, for your magazine on the safety or air traffic management – HindSight."
 
 
 
==HindSight 28 Articles==
 
 
===Foreword===
 
===Foreword===
*[https://www.skybrary.aero/bookshelf/books/4508.pdf#page=2 DG's Foreword], ''by [[Contributor::Eamonn Brennan]]'', Director General of EUROCONTROL.
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*[https://www.skybrary.aero/bookshelf/books/5378.pdf#page=2 DG's Foreword], ''by [[Contributor::Iacopo Prissinotti]]'', Director of Netork Management Directorate, EUROCONTROL.
 
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*[https://www.skybrary.aero/bookshelf/books/4508.pdf#page=2 Invited Foreword], ''by [[Contributor::Alex Bristol]]''.
 
===Editorial===
 
===Editorial===
 
*[https://www.skybrary.aero/bookshelf/books/4509.pdf A desk is a dangerous place from which to watch the world], ''by [[Contributor::Steven Shorrock]]''.
 
*[https://www.skybrary.aero/bookshelf/books/4509.pdf A desk is a dangerous place from which to watch the world], ''by [[Contributor::Steven Shorrock]]''.

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Download the full HindSight 29 magazine here

Published in October 2019, HindSight 28 focused on the theme of Goal conflicts and trade-offs.

This edition also includes a supplement only available on-line. Download the On-line Supplement to HindSight 28 here

Welcome

"Welcome to Issue 29 of HindSight magazine – the EUROCONTROL magazine on the safety of air traffic management. The theme of this Issue is ‘Goal Conflicts and Trade-offs’. For this magazine, and you the readers, safety is a particularly important goal. But it exists along with several other goals, including the environment, capacity, cost-efficiency, and security. The importance of each goal, and how we work to achieve them, changes depending on the situation, in the short and long term. In this Issue, we have a fantastic range of articles from air traffic controllers, professional pilots, human factors and safety management specialists, as well as specialists from other industries to give some outside perspectives. HindSight is written primarily for air traffic controllers and professional pilots, and others with a professional interest in the themes, especially those who support safety and front-line work. For operational and non-operational staff alike, it is important to hear from others, in other places, and roles: controllers, pilots, safety management specialists, designers, engineers, and managers at all levels, in all parts of aviation. It is important to understand the reality of front-line work and how the aviation system – and society more generally – affects this reality. With HindSight, we hope to help create conversations about the themes and issues. Do your operational and non-operational colleagues know about HindSight? Would you be willing to ask them, and encourage them to subscribe? Search ‘SKYbrary HindSight’ for details, and if you need paper copies for your Ops room, then please get in touch. This Issue – as usual – blends articles on the reality of work. The articles are written by air traffic controllers and professional pilots, and those who study or make decisions about work and safety. We have more articles from pilots than usual, and we know that this will be appreciated. The authors address a number of questions about goal conflicts and trade-offs, such as: What goals influence human and system behaviour? How do they affect us and the aviation system more generally? What trade-offs do we need to make to resolve the dilemmas that we face? How does safety fit into the picture? How can we talk about these issues openly? HindSight writers contribute freely. It is how they give back to the aviation community and travelling public, and keep up their professional development. This is something mentioned in this Issue by Captain Richard Champion de Crespigny – captain of QF32. In fact, professional development was a critical influence on the outcome that day. The next Issue of HindSight is on ‘Wellbeing’. This is a topic that can be more difficult to discuss than ‘hard’ safety topics, but it is one that has real consequences for individuals, families, organisations, and the public. What are your experiences when it comes to wellbeing and safety? Let us know, in a few words or more, for Issue 30 of HindSight magazine."

HindSight 29 Articles

Foreword

Editorial

Op-ed

Fundamental Issues

Changes to Airport Operations

Changes to Equipment and Tools

Changes to Airspace, Procedures and Traffic Flows

Changes to Jobs

Changes in Law and Regulation

Change Management

View from the Air

Views from elsewhere

In Conversation

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