Green Mountain Software is proud to announce that we are now offering our services as a speaker.
We can now speak at your luncheon, retreat or other get-away. Our current topic is "Who’s flying the Plane? What IT can learn from plane crashes".
This is a one hour presentation that compares and contrasts two airplane crashes, Eastern Airlines Flight 401 in 1972 and the Miracle on the Hudson in 2009 and how in the first case, a perfectly good plane flew into the ground, killing 101 people and in the second place, a plane with no engine thrust, over one of the most populous cities in the world can land without any fatalities.
I then take some of the lessons learned from this and explain what IT can learn from them.
Will you land your plane safely in the Hudson, or crash into the Everglades?
Ask yourself these questions:
- If something happens, who is in charge?
- Why are they in charge?
- Does everyone KNOW who is in charge?
- Does everyone AGREE who is in charge?
- Who is flying the plane?
“I know I got some interesting and useful facts on procedure out of it, I have heard nothing but good things about the whole lecture.” – Frank Hill – RPI Sr. Systems Programmer