Boeing Australia Ltd Case Study

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Executive summary

Issues identification

Environmental & Root cause analysis

Alternatives and/or Options

Recommendation and Implementation

Monitor and control


Executive Summary

Boeing is the world’s leading aerospace company and the largest manufacturer of commercial jetliners and military aircraft combined, providing products and tailored services to airlines and U.S. and allied armed forces around the world. BAL’s capabilities include rotorcraft, electronic and defense systems, missiles, satellites, launch systems and advanced information and communication systems. BAL’s reach extends to customers in more than 90 countries around the world, and
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They were still autonomous in many ways and did not fully integrate all systems in the company and used the current legacy systems that were in place in different ways.

Technology Issues
The technology platform that BAL is using at this time is a mash up of many programs that were purchased off the shelf and adapted internally to interface with the legacy systems that were in place. The current procurement system was very convoluted (caused by the systems that were
3 Boeing Australia Limited (BAL) being used) and had many steps many of which were manual, which was causing input errors. While this worked much of the time and helped provide BAL with more accurate and timely information and indirectly helped BAL enhance its productivity, would a complete system created just for BAL work better than a piece meal system that there were many steps and had issues with supplying customers with all the information they needed.

Environmental & Root Cause Analysis

Qualitative Issues
Formed in late 1996 Boeing Australia Limited (BAL) was a relatively new company and a global extension of the US Firm, the Boeing Company.

BAL has worked to develop its core competency in the areas of space and communications, site management, and the upgrade and maintenance of military aircraft and equipment. As BAL grew so too did the legacy technology systems it used for both internal


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