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Harvard Business Publishing (1988)
01 April 1991
19 pages
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Field research
Describes the evolution of the Boeing 767 from the conception of the project to the start of manufacturing. Shows how the company manages an enormously complex and risky project and introduces students to a variety of estimating and management tools. The decision issue involves the shift from three-person to two-person cockpits and whether rework should be done in-line (without removing planes from the flow of production) or off-line (after initial assembly has been completed).
Washington, Aircraft; Manufacturing, 1970-1981, USD9 billion revenues
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