Thoughts, News, Insights

COVID Travel Survey: Are You Ready To Travel Under The New Normal?

After my first experience traveling, I was inquisitive about what people’s perception is about traveling during COVID-19 times. Therefore, I decided to generate a COVID Travel Survey and distribute it to people from different nationalities. My main objective was to understand if the perception was similar or had significant variations depending on the participants’ regions.…

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Corona: World’s Biggest Airlines To Layoff More Than 100,000 Workers

The COVID-19 pandemic has a devastating effect on the global air industry. While it became evident that airlines will suffer a long-lasting impact, more and more airlines announced job cuts and layoffs as a necessary response to the crisis.  With passenger numbers on an all-time low, parked aircraft, and travel restrictions, airlines are undergoing the…

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World’s 30 Most Eco Friendly Airlines

Although Corona is the single dominating topic in the aviation world at the moment, the aspect of sustainability hasn’t vanished. On the contrary, eco friendly operations will be critical for every airline in the next decades. And it was good to see that many airlines —at least before Corona— have started to take the topic…

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Business Intelligence Dashboard

Why Facebook Rocks And Your Business Intelligence Dashboard Sucks!

I know, the title of this blog post is a bold statement. It probably sounds kind of weird in the beginning. Moreover, I guess the first thing that comes to your mind is something like: What the heck has Facebook to do with a business intelligence (BI) dashboard? Of course, we are talking about two…

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Enterprise Content Management

Enterprise Content Management — Why Attention Beats Content?

I genuinely believe that we have to change the way we discuss enterprise content management. We have to move from purely content-based to a “getting-the-attention” discussion. Let me explain that step-by-step. When talking to colleagues from companies —regardless of their business department, role, and position— everyone agrees on the fact that the technological world is…

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How To Use KPIs

Beyond Reports — How You Should Use KPIs To Drive Performance

If you ask people at airlines how they use KPIs, I’m convinced that 95% will provide the same answer. We use them to create reports. Accordingly, airlines create a sheer endless number of reports every single day. There’s an operations report for the head of operations and a ground performance report for the head of…

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Sign Up For Blasting KPI, Content And Technology Thoughts

We made a huge announcement recently that we revamped our weekly newsletter: ID1 Weekly In case you didn’t see on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, we made some major changes to the ID1 Weekly: We visually loaded it up to make it even easier to consume Introduced a new structure aiming to bring you the…

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How CORONA Impacts Airline Dashboards — And How To React?

Many airlines lately reported that Corona massively decreases the value of their KPI dashboard. Since this is isn’t surprising for me, I want to do two things today. First, I am going to share some reasons why Corona impacts your airline dashboard. And second, I’ll provide a concept of how to react. Corona Challenged Us…

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Battle For Attention. What Airline Operations Department Must Do Now!

I genuinely believe that we have to change the way we discuss airline operation information and KPIs. We have to move from purely content-based to a “getting-the-attention” discussion. Let me explain that step-by-step. When talking to colleagues from airlines —regardless of their business department, role, and position— everyone agrees on the fact that the technological…

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What airline operations executives can gain from thinking like Apple?

Airline operations and Apple seem not to have very much in common — at first sight. Especially, when it comes to key performance indicator (KPI). However, I think that airline executives can gain a lot from thinking like Apple. Let’s check out why: With the iPhone Apple has hugely disrupted the mobile market. Moreover, with…

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5 Recommendations to Drive Innovation

Plenty has been written regarding organisation’s chances to drive innovation. And many studies have been conducted, which analyze how innovative processes can be initiated. However, from experience and when working with clients, I observe very often that it’s all about tools and methods. Which IT tools can we use to increase innovation? Shall we go…

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