The Accountable Manager
- Available for pre-order. Item will ship after December 21, 2021
This book identifies the responsibilities of management in the regulatory territories of the FAA (USA), the EASA (European Union) and the GCAA (UAE), identifying the daily challenges of leadership in ensuring their company is meeting the regulatory obligations of compliance, safety and security that will satisfy the regulator while also meeting the fiducial responsibilities of running an economically viable and efficient lean company that will satisfy the shareholders.
Detailing each responsibility of the Accountable Manager, the author breaks them down to understandable and achievable elements where methods, systems and techniques can be applied to ensure the role holder is knowledgeable of accountabilities and is confident that they are not only compliant with the civil aviation regulations but also running an efficient and effective operation. This includes the defining of an Accountable Manager ‘tool kit’ as well as possible software ‘dashboards’ that focus the Accountable Manager on the important analytics such as the information and data available as well as making the maximum use of his expert Post Holder team.
This book will be of interest to leadership of all aviation-related companies, such as airlines, charter operators, private and executive operators, flying schools, aircraft and component maintenance facilities, aircraft manufacturers, engine manufacturers, component manufacturers, regulators, law companies, leasing companies, banks and finance houses, departments of transport, etc; any relevant organization regulated and licensed by civil aviation authority. It can also be used by students within a wide range of aviation courses at colleges, universities, and training academies.
Table of Contents
List of Figures; List of Tables; Introduction; Chapter 1: An introduction to civil aviation, the regulations, and air law; The Chicago Convention and the International Civil Aviation Organization, ICAO; The Articles, Annexes and Standards and Recommended Procedures, SARP`s of the Chicago Convention; The National Aviation Authorities, NAA`s and CAA`s; Civil Aviation Regulations FAR`s, EASA Reg`s and CAR`s; Chapter 2: An introduction to the Accountable Manager; I. Civil Aviation Regulatory Responsibilities; The Accountable Manager and their Regulatory Responsibilities; The Quality Management System, QMS; The Safety Management System, SMS; The Accountable Manager and their relationship with the NAA; II. Fiduciary Corporate Responsibilities; Corporate Leadership; Financial Leadership; Reporting to the Board; Chapter 3: Leadership of the Post Holders; An Introduction to the Nominated Persons, Nominated Post Holders & Management Personnel; The Relationship between the Accountable Manager and the Post Holders; Chapter 4: Organisational Structures in a Civil Aviation Company; A correct Organizational Structure and why; A wrong Organizational Structure and why; The Job Description of the Accountable Manager; Chapter 5: Ethical Leadership and the Accountable Manager; Chapter 6: A Tool Kit and SOPs for the Accountable Manager; A Preparation Guide for the NAA Accountable Manager Interview; A Time Table of Meetings for the Accountable Manager; A Dash Board of information for the Accountable Manager; Chapter 7: How to select an effective Accountable Manager; Chapter 8: Female Accountable Managers and the added Challenges; Chapter 9: A Lawyer`s Review of the Accountable Managers Responsibilities; Chapter 10: Case Studies of Accountable Manager Challenges; Summary; Glossary; Index
Mark J. Pierotti has a PhD in Aircraft Engineering from City University, an MBA from Edinburgh Business School & is a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society. He also holds an Aircraft Maintenance License & a Private Pilots License. He has held senior executive positions in airlines & aviation companies having been both a Post Holder & an Accountable Manager. Dr Pierotti is also an adjunct Professor at USW, UWS & ADU lecturing in aviation & leadership subjects.