Management Planning

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Management Planning- Boeing Management Planning- The Boeing Company The Boeing Company was developed in 1916 by William Boeing and has been in existence for over 90 years. “Boeing is the world’s leading aerospace company and the largest manufacturer of commercial jetliners and military aircraft combined.” The "Boeing" (1995) Boeing builds and designs missiles, satellites, and launch vehicles which are why they are a major service provider for NASA. Boeing is always expanding their product line and meeting customer needs to the best of their ability. Chicago is where the main office is located, but they employ over 170,000 people from across the United States and in 70 different countries. The "Boeing" (1995) During Boeing’s…show more content…
This lawsuit alleges wrongful termination and violation of public policy. The former Boeing employee asked for back pay and future economic loss. Boeing, at the time the article was published and not yet responded to the court. (Seattlepi", 1996) It is extremely important for Boeing’s management to handle things ethically and in a professional manner to avoid lawsuits such as this in the future. Corporate Social Responsibility Boeing’s corporate social responsibility is well known and respected through the eyes of the business world. Their efforts in the foundation for corporate responsibility are very well documented. The foundation which Boeing joined in 2008 encourages companies to get involved in philanthropic efforts and promoting business ethics. Boeing is involved in sponsoring many things such as corporate events to refurbish the lecture hall at the Royal Aeronautical Society in London. (Boeing, 2008) Boeing has also spread out its efforts by also sponsoring sports related events. Factors that influence strategic, tactical, operational, and contingency planning Economic conditions, competition, and company costs influence Boeing’s strategic, tactical, operational, and contingency plans of the company. Economic conditions affect Boeing in several ways. Weather conditions along with other economic problems can cause airlines to struggle, which in turn affect Boeing. If no one is purchasing airfare, then it causes a decrease in the purchase
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