UofP - MBA580 - Paper for Critique - Albert Garcia - 09-30-06

UofP - MBA580 - Paper for Critique - Albert Garcia - 09-30-06

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Strategic Plan 1 Running head: Strategic Plan: L-3 COMMUNICATIONS Strategic Plan: L-3 Communications Albert A. Garcia University of Phoenix
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Strategic Plan 2 Abstract
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Strategic Plan 3 Mission, Vision, and Values L-3 Communications (L-3) was formed in April, 1997 from the purchase of business units of the Loral Corporation and Lockheed Martin merger in 1996. Today, L-3 is a publicly traded company on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE:LLL), with sales approaching four billion dollars and lending opportunities to grow in the niche markets targeted. According to L-3’s website, their products are either number one or two in their market and plan to use their proprietary technologies and services to expand their presence by skill and expertise to penetrate new commercial markets. (L-3 2006) As a value-oriented company, L-3 considers itself a bottom-line company focusing on growth through mergers, acquisitions, and diversifications. L-3’s senior management team has a 25-year tradition of making key acquisitions with the intent of improving the operating margins of the business and helping its management and employees to grow the company substantially. Senior management also plans to companies enhance or add important elements to their product line. (L-3 2006) Product / Services L-3 Communications is a leading merchant supplier of secure communications technology, training and simulation, microwave components, avionics, ocean products and telemetry, instrumentation, space and wireless products. (L-3 2006) Customers Customers include the Department of Defense, selected government agencies, aerospace and defense prime contractors and telecommunications and cellular customers.
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Strategic Plan 4 Training and Simulation Division L-3 is a leading provider of training, simulation and support services to the U.S. and foreign military agencies. Their products and services are designed to “meet customer training requirements for aircrews, navigators, mission operators, gunners and maintenance technicians for virtually any platform, including military fixed and rotary wing aircraft, air vehicles and various ground vehicles”. (L-3 2006) Additionally, transitioning training technologies and methods are being developed, demonstrated, evaluated and transitioned for use by war-fighters at the U.S. Air Force's Fighter Training Research Division. (L-3 2006) L-3’s Link Simulation and Training Division will be referenced in future papers. They are a leading supplier of simulators, training services and effective on-demand instruction for military forces, governmental agencies, educational institutions and private business. (L-3 2006) The company's technologies and capabilities include simulator production and modification; distance learning and web-based training; training system delivery and management; simulation and training research; and aircraft maintenance trainer design. Business Strategy
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