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BOEING PROPRIETARY BOEING PROPRIETARY 1 OUTSOURCED PROFITS – THE CORNERSTONE OF SUCCESSFUL SUBCONTRACTING

@inproceedings{PROPRIETARY2001BOEINGPB,
  title={BOEING PROPRIETARY BOEING PROPRIETARY 1 OUTSOURCED PROFITS – THE CORNERSTONE OF SUCCESSFUL SUBCONTRACTING},
  author={BOEING PROPRIETARY},
  year={2001}
}
  • BOEING PROPRIETARY
  • Published 2001
  • The purpose of this paper is to describe and explain some highlights associated with the contemporary business practice of out-sourcing more and more of a companies’ activities in the belief that doing so will increase profitability. A strong case is made that it will not always be possible to make more and more profit out of less and less product and that, worse, there is a strong risk of going out of business directly as a result of this policy. The point is made that not only is the work out… CONTINUE READING
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