Boeing’s history, mission and structure William E Boeing is termed as the founding father of Boeing. In 1916, he founded the Aero Products Company, which later gained ground to be named the Boeing Airline Company. Conrad Westervelt, a navy officer at the United States Army, had worked with William to come up with the B&W.… Continue reading Boeing’s history, mission and structure.
Management crisis. Success is a factor in any business if the said business has a well-structured and functional management structure. All factors at the Boeing Corporation indicate that things are not running quite well at the center of the giant industry. Least to say, they are in a managerial meltdown. In an interview with Dominic… Continue reading Management crisis Rising Back To the Skies.
He, Weiwei, et al. “The impact of income gap on the inverted U-shaped total factor productivity and its mechanisms: Evidence from transnational-level analysis.” Gale in Context: Opposing Viewpoints, link.gale.com/apps/doc/A612543114/OVIC?u=saintpaul_edu&sid=OVIC&xid=ea61f531. Accessed 16 Apr. 2021. The authors are Weiwei He, Yabin Zhang, Yuan Zhong, and Juanjuan Chen. Weiwei is an associate in the Honolulu office and also… Continue reading Evidence from transnational-level analysis.
Trends and developments at Boeing. While Boeing is recovering from the adverse effects of the covid 19 pandemic, it has portrayed resilience by embracing technological trends and developments. It has reemphasized the building and construction of the Boeing 777x, a jumbo jet that would have an efficient twin-engine jet. As their aim at achieving… Continue reading Trends and developments at Boeing.
Competitive strategies. Boeing and Airbus are the only two airplane manufacturers in the markets today. However, there is never a throne for two. In a world where Charles Darwin existed, then his theory lives on, that the only way is survival for the fittest. The aviation industry cannot support more than one player in… Continue reading Boeing and Airbus Competitive strategies.
Derived Method The derived method is used in research when looking at worded data whereby it verifies the pre-worded statements’ implication to determine their desired influence on the readers. This is the case on the Brexit issue as depicted through social media platforms. The proponent of the movement tended to use strong language to show… Continue reading The Brexit Process Derived Method.
Objectives This proposal aims at understanding the impact of social media on the Brexit decision that culminated in a referendum in favour of Britain exiting the scene from the European Union trading bloc. We are therefore going to look into how social media played a role in the dissemination of information to the greater public… Continue reading The Brexit Process Objectives.
Methodology Quantitative Methods For research to be determined as factual, it must be backed up by credible data and figures. Our research on the influence of social media on Brexit will be gathering information from social media platforms to determine what contributed to the final outcomes. We will use primary and secondary data to understand… Continue reading The Brexit Process Quantitative Methods.
Inside the Brexit Deal The Brexit deal includes a list of new rules that will be adopted by the United Kingdom and the European Union that will need to be followed for peaceful coexistence in terms of trade and work. Companies within Britain previously could trade their goods across borders without any limitations but now… Continue reading Inside the Brexit Deal summary.