Assessing productivity to address safety concerns for information technology and promoting global standardization within aviation practices

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Willie Lee Brown
Willie J. Gilchrist


Comparing these concepts with the usage of productivity assessment current design standards in implementing technological systems create concerns in safety performances [5]. The technology developmental risk was a concern in the Wright Brother era and the approach in implementing best solution practices based on simulating and testing standards to meet the goals in today’s operation is still an issue [4]. Effective modeling in promoting environmental changes for operational practices can present a risk concern in the developmental approach if productivity is not assessed [1]. Steps are needed to be taken to improve the environmental factors in the business efforts of promoting alternative energy; nonetheless, the long-term effects of not prioritizing the development standards on the global level may cause risk concerns in assessing aviation practice [1]. Realizing the sensitivity of the system development and the tradeoffs in implementing effective practices can also create awareness in the long-term efforts of environmental factors and its impact on operational cost improvements [10]. The ethical standards for human factors to improve the quality of people lives in addressing the challenges faced may be a concern going into the 21st century [7]. The tradeoffs of prioritizing can present both pros and cons; however, developmental practices are risky without modeling long-term impact and exploring different applications in adopting business practices [6]. Flexibility is an importance aspect in evaluating the productivity of long-term practices while using modern technology [6]. The productivity assessment impact in future implications and it influences to integrate traditional technology within the modern environment. 


Keywords: IT, aviation practices, promoting


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Brown, W. L., & Gilchrist, W. J. (2016). Assessing productivity to address safety concerns for information technology and promoting global standardization within aviation practices. Global Journal of Information Technology: Emerging Technologies, 5(2), 56–61.


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