A Proposed E-Business Strategy Business Plan by David, PhD Student

A proposed e-business strategy for the Raytheon Missile Systems unit of Raytheon Company.
# 6423 | 5,200 words | 9 sources | MLA | 2002 | US


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Description:

A thorough analysis and observation of Raytheon Missile Systems and their current processes as a missing link of knowledge transfer between and within organizations. This e-business initiative provides one of the many possible solutions to improving the e-business execution within the company. The final output, a web-based expert locator and its implementation guidelines and process changes, will help facilitate the transfer of knowledge between and within organizations.

Table of Contents
Executive Summary
Introduction
History
Current Business
Organizational Structure
Business Operations and Practices
Vision
Values
Goals
Operating Environment
Structure
Infrastructure
Applications
Business Strategies
E-Business Strategies
Proposed E-business Strategy
Justification
Cost-Benefit Analysis
SWOT
External Analysis
Internal Analysis
Strategic Options and Choice
Problem-driven
Technology-driven
Strategic Implementation
Implementation
Process
Culture
Technology
Conclusion
References
Appendix A
RMS Interview Questions

From the Paper:

"Raytheon Missile Systems, a division of Raytheon Company, celebrated their 80th anniversary in July. Over the last 80 years, Raytheon has ventured into many different entrepreneurial areas including defense, electronics, aircraft, construction, and engineering. E-business strategy and the possibilities, advantages, and disadvantages it presents to Raytheon will be reviewed. Through an analysis of business need and technology at hand, an e-business strategy and implementation plan will also be presented."

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