December 5, 2011
University of Phoenix
Management planning consists of a systematic activity within an organization that determines who will and how to perform a specific job. Management planning is a detailed course of future actions the organization will engage into obtain successful organizational goals. The management planning process takes the perspective available individuals, and physical resources within the organization into consideration for the organization to achieve effective contribution, coordination, and perfect adjustments for organizational success. This paper will evaluate the planning functions of Boeing. ...view middle of the document...
Boeing Management Planning Process
Boeing management follows a five-step process, which is leading the organization to accomplish their organizational goals.
Step One. Define the objectives that will lead the organization to the production of high innovative products.
Step Two. The organization uses an initiative toolkit that aligns and balance customer growth, satisfaction, indulges in productive growth through adoption of advanced technology, customer satisfaction, and growth.
Step Three. Allow the organization to improve their financial performance and the evaluations of how profits of the organization are affected by the steps taken to foster productivity growth and customer satisfaction.
Step Four. Allows the organization to deliver results, evaluate stock price, and benchmarking the performance of the organizations plan.
Step Five. Analysis how the organization execute the plan and how the plan affects the stakeholders, customers, shareholders, employees, and the community.
There are different factors impacting the management process within an organization including legal issues, ethics, and corporate social responsibilities.
Boeing had a legal issue that impact the management planning functions within the organization and placed the organization in an awkward position.
Example: In 2000 Employees took Boeing to court regarding the differences in gender payment. Reviewing some of the employee’s records showed there was a difference in gender payment. However, Boeing’s attorney was successful in the defense of the organization and the evidence presented, and the liability was thrown out by the courts. Boeing settled their legal battle out of court, this move saved Boeing public humiliation and millions of dollars.
Corporate Social Responsibility
The community respects Boeing for their hard work on corporate social responsibility and for various activities the organization has undertaken within the community.
Example: Boeing joined the foundation for corporate responsibility, this organization fight for philanthropic efforts and business ethics within the business world. Boeing has participated in activities such as Chicago water and air show and many more activities. Boeing management has pride when giving back to the community.
Boeing has developed an ethical policy aimed at protecting the company and their employees. Boeing has adhered to the ethical policy of their organization and has knowledge of how important it is for their organization to adhere to their ethical policy.
Example: Boeing has established a code of conduct that require employees to obey. The company has set up a hotline for employees to report any violations of the ethical policy. Boeing has demonstrated integrity, leadership, and customer satisfaction by adhering to the organizational ethics policy.
Legal issues, corporate social...