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Organisational Structure of Continental Airlines - February 3rd, 2011

Continental Airlines (IATA: CO, ICAO: COA, Call sign: CONTINENTAL) is a major American airline based in Continental Center I in Downtown Houston, Texas. On October 1, 2010, the acquisition of Continental airlines by UAL Corporation (the parent company of United Airlines) was completed and on the same day UAL changed its name to United Continental Holdings, Inc. These airlines are in the process of merging their operations under the name United Airlines. During the integration period, both airlines will, for a time, run separate operations under direction of a combined leadership team of the new parent company based in Chicago.[5] The merger transaction is estimated to be worth (USD)$3.2 billion.[6][7]

At the time of its acquisition by United Continental Holdings, Inc., Continental was the fourth-largest airline in the US based on passenger-kilometers flown and the fifth largest in total passengers carried. Continental operates flights to destinations throughout the U.S., Canada, Latin America, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific regions. Principal operations are from its four hubs at Newark Liberty International Airport, George Bush Intercontinental Airport, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport in Guam.

The origin of Continental Airlines dates to the 1934 formation of Varney Speed Lines which operated airmail and passenger services in the American Southwest. The carrier was renamed Continental Air Lines in 1937 and expanded its domestic U.S. network in the 1960s with jet aircraft. International flights to Southeast Asia and South Pacific destinations began in 1978 following industry deregulation. Continental was embroiled in ownership struggles in the 1980s and entered bankruptcy in 1983 and 1990. The carrier exhibited a financial and operational turnaround after 1996,[8] and embarked on international route expansion in the 2000s.


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These three important factors in the mind of Glor contribute to the implementation of innovation in the government structures or systems. Undeniably, the success of the implementation only measured on how people within an organization respond to such an innovative call. Nevertheless, only when all members of organization support such project, then it would be a successful endeavor and hopefully make an organization more productive as well as compete fairly with those advanced organization.

Innovators then should observe such case and bring to consciousness relevant and significant factors that if and when treated easily maybe detrimental to the implementation of any innovation in certain organization.
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Continental Airlines (IATA: CO, ICAO: COA, Call sign: CONTINENTAL) is a major American airline based in Continental Center I in Downtown Houston, Texas. On October 1, 2010, the acquisition of Continental airlines by UAL Corporation (the parent company of United Airlines) was completed and on the same day UAL changed its name to United Continental Holdings, Inc. These airlines are in the process of merging their operations under the name United Airlines. During the integration period, both airlines will, for a time, run separate operations under direction of a combined leadership team of the new parent company based in Chicago.[5] The merger transaction is estimated to be worth (USD)$3.2 billion.[6][7]

At the time of its acquisition by United Continental Holdings, Inc., Continental was the fourth-largest airline in the US based on passenger-kilometers flown and the fifth largest in total passengers carried. Continental operates flights to destinations throughout the U.S., Canada, Latin America, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific regions. Principal operations are from its four hubs at Newark Liberty International Airport, George Bush Intercontinental Airport, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport in Guam.

The origin of Continental Airlines dates to the 1934 formation of Varney Speed Lines which operated airmail and passenger services in the American Southwest. The carrier was renamed Continental Air Lines in 1937 and expanded its domestic U.S. network in the 1960s with jet aircraft. International flights to Southeast Asia and South Pacific destinations began in 1978 following industry deregulation. Continental was embroiled in ownership struggles in the 1980s and entered bankruptcy in 1983 and 1990. The carrier exhibited a financial and operational turnaround after 1996,[8] and embarked on international route expansion in the 2000s.


CEO
Jeff Smisek
2
Director
Ronald Woodard
3
Director
Henry Meyer
3
Director
Oscar Munoz
3
Director
Charles Yamarone
3
Director
Karen Williams
3
Director
Carolyn Corvi
3
Director
Kirbyjon Caldwell
2
Director
Laurence Simmons
2
Sales
DH
3
CFO
Zane Rowe
Marketing
JC
3
Operations
Mark Moran
CIO
RAL
Airport Services
BM
Compliance, Legal & Secretary
JV
2
Development & Alliances
Mark Erwin
2
Communication
NF
Government Affairs
RC
Human Resources & Labor Rela...
MB
2
Marketing Programs & Distrib...
MB
2
Pricing & Revenue Management
LK
2
Procurement
Jacques Lapointe
2
Systems Operations & Real Es...
HS
Finance & Treasurer
GL
Deputy Legal
LG


These three important factors in the mind of Glor contribute to the implementation of innovation in the government structures or systems. Undeniably, the success of the implementation only measured on how people within an organization respond to such an innovative call. Nevertheless, only when all members of organization support such project, then it would be a successful endeavor and hopefully make an organization more productive as well as compete fairly with those advanced organization.

Innovators then should observe such case and bring to consciousness relevant and significant factors that if and when treated easily maybe detrimental to the implementation of any innovation in certain organization.
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