Major U.S. aerospace companies are venturing into unchartered territory in their frenzied pursuit of scale as a sustainable competitive advantage. While size appears to be working in Lockheed Martin's favor--its win rate was among the industry's best in 1996--the axiom that bigger is better generally remains unproven for military contractors seeking to compete at unprecedented scales in the defense industry. Still to be demonstrated in these vastly enlarged enterprises is ...
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