Boeing JENNIFER GRANADOS, GORDON HEINRICH, CRYSTAL HERRERA, KARI HICKS, JALAEN HODGE

Introduction

  • World’s largest aerospace company
  • Military is one of its largest clients
  • Also supports airlines of allied government customers in 150 countries

SWOT + SWOT Analysis

  • Strengths
  • -Robust focus on research and development
  • -High demands of airplanes due to design and facilities
  • Opportunities
  • -Aerospace industry growth of estimated 2.1% per year for the next 20 years
  • - increasing demand for commercial airliners
  • Weakness
  • -Larger dependence on subcontractors and suppliers and delays
  • -Failed to meet deadlines
  • Threats
  • -Defense cuts could hamper future sales
  • -Other countries deciding to subsidize their own aircraft manufacturers

Proposed Change

  • Begin manufacturing parts in house for their aircraft.
  • Supplier delays is regularly an issue.
  • As the demand increases, supply will need to increase as well
  • Customer satisfaction will increase as deadlines are met

Kotter's Change Model Analysis

  • Create a Sense of Urgency
  • Vulnerable to Employees, Values Added by Change
  • Build a Guiding Coalition
  • Reliable, Diversity, Team Oriented
  • Form a Strategic Vision
  • Clear and Simple, Satisfaction of Parties involved
  • Enlist a Volunteer Army
  • Vision Centered Action, Concern for Employees

Kotters Change Model

  • Enable Action
  • Short-Term Wins
  • Sustain Acceleration
  • Instituting the change

Conclusion

  • New Employees
  • Manufacturing
  • Prices
  • Hebrews 10:24-25

Credits:

Created with images by Holgi - "aircraft qantas air new zealand" • albert22278 - "aircraft boeing sun" • b1-foto - "boeing 777 cathay pacific airport zurich" • Terrazzo - "Boeing 787 At Narita" • Michael Seeley - "Royal Air Force (RAF) "Vampire" DH-100" • Sergey Vladimirov - "Antonov An-124"

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