Evaluating Leadership's Approach to Implementing Organizational Change Across the Naval Aviation Enterprise With a Focus on the Development of Fleet Readiness Centers
MBA Professional Report
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND PUBLIC POLICY
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NAVAIR is currently realigning its aviation maintenance infrastructure to fall under the overarching umbrella of the newly minted Naval Aviation Enterprise NAE. This realignment will call for a new enterprise-wide strategy and structure. Hierarchies and relationships are being redefined throughout the enterprise, resulting in entirely new organizational structures that are functionally equivalent to industrys small business units. This realignment, which will eliminate Intermediate level maintenance as it exists today, presents a myriad of challenges to the Fleet in the terms of achieving business efficiencies and employee relationship management. This MBA Project evaluates, by survey, how effectively the U. S. Navy and Marine Corps have managed the change effort as they continue to realign their Intermediate and Depot level units under the new FRC construct.
- Administration and Management
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies