Increasingly attention is turning to how to realize the benefits of big data, and more importantly, how to overcome profound barriers to implementation such as culture, ambition and misunderstanding, according to a panel of analytic executives from manufacturers and operators at MRO Americas 2019.
“Culture eats strategy for lunch”, said Dawen Nozdryn-Plotnicki, director of analytics solutions at Boeing Global Services. “Evidence-based decision-making is a culture and that has to be top down, [and] it has to be met by enthusiasm by the bottom up, one layer at a time. That kind of culture change is not easy in any industry”, she said.
What is more, it is especially challenging in an industry where safety is core.
To that effect, Doukhan – executive vice president at Safran Analytics reminded the conference audience that the business world is full of potential competitors, many from the tech sector that could suddenly enter and disrupt the A&D and MRO sector. It is in industry’s best interest to work together to make big data work.
Collected and summarized from the source below by Ta Ngoc Diep: https://www.mro-network.com/maintenance-repair-overhaul/big-data-pioneers-counsel-patience-and-urgency