The case examines the circumstances that up to the Boeing Company decision to spin off its Wichita Division. This case should be taught with two other notes: “On the Use of Capital Efficiency Metrics” HBS No. 612-034, “modularity in design and production: Application to Commercial Aircraft,” HBS No. 612-035.

The case examines the circumstances that up to the Boeing Company decision to spin off its Wichita Division. This case should be taught with two other notes: “On the Use of Capital Efficiency Metrics” HBS No. 612-034, “modularity in design and production: Application to Commercial Aircraft,” HBS No. 612-035 <. br />
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Willy Shih,
Margaret Pierson
Source: Harvard Business School
10 pages.
Release Date: 5th October 2011. Prod #: 612036-PDF-ENG
Boeing 737 production Footprint: The Wichita Decision HBR case solution