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John graduated with a Bachelor of Aviation Management with Honours. Currently an Air Traffic Controller at the Auckland International Airport, he has 40 years experience in ATC is a ATC Examiner & Instructor and a licensed Commercial Pilot.
The Management of Changing Knowledge: Forgetting To-Be-Forgotten Information
The Supervisors for this thesis are:
This thesis will examine how knowledge is forgotten or unlearned in a safety related environment, e.g., air traffic control, when the knowledge base has been used and acted upon for significant periods of time.
Three related research questions will be researched as they apply to the management of an organisation's knowledge and how individuals manage knowledge through remembering cues and forgetting cues:
Duske, J. (2002). Preventing operations on closed runways. Paper presented at the 2002 Regional Seminar of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Air Safety Investigators.
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