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In this analysis of Boeing we will analyse various structure of organisation, management, chain of command, production range, marketing strategy

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´╗┐Table of content 1. Introduction??????????????????????????? 3 2. History of organization??????????????????????...5 3. Countries were organisation is working????????????????5 4. Culture?????????????????????????????.8 5. Type of organization??????????????????????.?..8 6. Employees???????????????????????????.....8 7. Boards Interaction with stakeholders?????????????????8 8. Conclusion???????????????????????..??..??9 9. Reference??????????????????????????..??9 ________________ Introduction. In this analysis of Boeing we will analyse various structure of organisation, management, chain of command, production range, marketing strategy , history of the organisation, its culture, employees and various other aspects. 1. A description and analysis of the organization. Boeing is the world?s leading aerospace company and the largest manufacturer of commercial jetliners and military aircraft combined, with capabilities in rotorcraft, electronic and communication systems, missiles, satellites, lurch vehicles and advance information and communication systems. It is supplying to customers in 145 countries around the world, and also are the number one U.S. exporter in terms of sale. Boeings works with more than 5200 supplies in 100 countries. The corporate headquarters are located in Chicago. The company is a publically traded corporation that is listed on the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The company comprises a number of divisions, with the major divisions Boeing Commercial Airplanes and the Integrated Defence System, Boeing Capital Corporation Phantom Works the advanced research and development unit and the Shared services Group that provides infrastructure services. ...read more.

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May 9, 1917 the company was renamed the Boeing Airplane Company. William Boeing was studying at Yale University and then worked briefly in the timber industry, where the rich and gain knowledge about the manufacture of airplanes. Boeing was pressed into service during World War 1, and would continue as a military supplier throughout its history. During World War 2, Boeing builds a huge number of bombers. Many of those who work while the workers were women whose husbands have gone to war. In early March 1944 production was expanded, and each month produced more than 350 aircraft. To prevent the attack from the air, the roofs were covered with green plants and rustic items. In these war years, major airline companies in the U.S. combined. Developed by the Boeing B-17 bomber is also going to the factories Lockheed Aircraft Corporation and Douglas Aircraft Co and Glenn L. Martin Company. Become a leading producer of military and commercial aircraft. Undertook a series of strategic mergers and acquisitions to become the world?s largest most diversified aerospace company. Aerospace pioneers now part of the Boeing enterprises include: North American Aviation Mc Donell Douglas Rockwell International (space and defense business) ...read more.

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7. Boards Interaction with stakeholders. The CEO and other corporate officers are responsible for establishing effective communications with the company`s stakeholders, including shareholders, customers, communities, employees, suppliers, creditors, governments and corporate partners. It is the policy of the Boeing that management speaks for the company. This policy doesn`t preclude independent directors from meeting with stakeholders, but it is the norm that, where appropriate, directors notify and consult with management before any such meeting. 8. Conclusion. Boeing is one of the world oldest and biggest aerospace companies. They produce various aircraft models for both citizen aviation and military aviation, and to this day Boeing is counted as a mark of quality, if a plane is made under that companies brand, it will serve the buyer for a long period of time. What may happen with Boeing in nearest future? So far the company was competitive and it does not seem that it is ready to give up. Boeing has all of the resources, knowledge, experience, skilful staff to make new planes and further evolve, as the worlds major aerospace company. 9. Reference: Browaeys, MJ. And Price, R. (2008) Understanding Cross Cultural Management, Prentice- Hall, London Eden, Paul, ed. Civil Aircraft Today: The World's Most Successful Commercial Aircraft. Amber Books Ltd., 2008 "Boeing. Annual Report 2010" (PDF). ...read more.

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