Examines Lockheed Martin test, from its traditional dependence on defense / aerospace contracts in the provision of services outsourced government to move in the social field. The protagonist reflects on the past 24 years of rapid growth in the company and the myriad challenges associated with social reform, the creation of an effective strategy that takes advantage of the company’s core capabilities, partnerships with non-profit organizations which different local needs, policies and generating of scope and p … Read more »

Examines Lockheed Martin test, from its traditional dependence on defense / aerospace contracts in the provision of services outsourced government to move in the social field. The protagonist reflects on the past 24 years of rapid growth in the company and the myriad challenges associated with social reform, the creation of an effective strategy that takes advantage of the company’s core capabilities, partnerships with non-profit organizations which different local needs, policies and generating of scale and profitability.
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Rosabeth Moss Kanter,
Courtney Purrington
Source: Harvard Business School
28 pages.
Release Date: 08 October, 1998. Prod #: 399018-PDF-ENG
Lockheed Martin IMS: a contribution and a profit HBR case solution