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Boeing Presentation Notes

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Boeing Presentation Notes 3890

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Boeing Notes that was presented by Wilson
Managerial Decision Making
Prof. Jean Wilson
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Anna Notetaker on Wednesday March 23, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 3890 at Middle Tennessee State University taught by Prof. Jean Wilson in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 16 views.

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Date Created: 03/23/16
Boeing  Selling products at a low cost to beat out competitors is known as dumping.  Michael Porter’s Thoughts (Wilson related to Boeing) 1. Threat of New Entrants 2. Threat of Substitutes 3. Bargaining Powers of Buyers 4. Bargaining Powers of Suppliers 5. Current Rivals  Wilson told us a statement as B.S. 1. B – Brand Competitors 2. S – Same Products (Small Businesses are prone to this – Pizza Joints for example)  Product Competitors – Other options around the brand competitors. (Businesses surrounding the first option of restaurant)  Powers: 1. Legitimate – Authority of Position 2. Reward – Positive Actions 3. Coercive – Negative Actions 4. Expert – Skills/Knowledge others desire or need 5. Referent – Admiration in Others  Push/Pull – Something is pushed through the channel/something is pulled through the channel by the customers/stores. (She used her husband’s favorite cigars being brought back to store)  Price Floor Pricing – Method for Calculating Price, in which to maintain full plant operating capacity a portion of a firm’s output that covers only marginal cost of production. (limited time)  Airplanes are a durable good, which means they last a long time. _________________________________________________________________________ Now, I didn’t do the best with the drawing, but it is supposed to be the up and down pattern like a hill – When Boeing hit a low point in production, they laid off staff and allowed workers to go into early retirement that made a hectic cycle when it returned to the top of the hill.  Conflict: 1. Traditional – bad, avoid it 2. Human Relations – Natural, inevitable 3. Interactionalist – absolutely necessary Level Low/None Optimal High Type Dysfunctional Functional Dysfunction al Internal Apathetic Self- Disruptive Unresponsive to Critical Change Innovativ e Performanc Low High Low e  Types of Conflict: 1. Task – What it is About, Over Goals 2. Relationship – Interpersonal 3. Process – How it is Done (AirBus/Boeing – Merging Attempt)  Resolving Conflict: 1. Accommodate – You Win, I lose 2. Avoid – Lose/Lose 3. Compromise – Win/Win (Best for Interview) 4. Collaborate – Win/Win (Best for Interview) 5. Force – I Win, You Lose (This is Best Known as a Report Card)


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