Production Management Process For The Boeing 767 Research Paper by The Research Group

Production Management Process For The Boeing 767
Evaluates the implementation of formal management practices used in the concept and production of the Boeing 767.
# 24545 | 3,600 words | 8 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Apr 11, 2003 in Business (Companies) , Business (Management) , Aviation, Aeronautics (General)


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Evaluates the implementation of formal management practices used in the concept and production of the Beoing 767. Examines major problem of cockpit design. Discusses various management techniques used: Scope management, time management, cost quality management, human resource management, communications, procurement & project management control. Faults risk management. Identifies 8 problems of the jet aircraft production program & lessons learned by the company.

From the Paper:

"THE BOEING 767—FROM CONCEPT TO PRODUCTION (A)(B): AN EVALUATION OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF FORMAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT PRACTICES

Summary
The production management process for the production of the Boeing 767 was evaluated. Integration management was faulted in the project management evaluation during the initiating, planning, and executing stages because of the cockpit design issue. Because there was no past experience with a two-person cockpit design for a jet airliner, Boeing management should have allowed for a long delay in the approval process. Further, the production process should have been adjusted to provide for cockpit construction towards the end of the process. Integration controlling and closing was not faulted, as the plans made and executed were handled effectively in these ..."

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