Shift in A&D landscape could cause changes in mindsets, processes and technologies
Top aerospace and defense (A&D) executives are moving to reposition their businesses for an era of leaner Pentagon spending and preserve core capabilities as aging baby boomers retire. But they face formidable hurdles in getting their organizations to execute on the new business strategies, according to a new industry report. CSC’s 2010 A&D Market Survey, undertaken in cooperation with Aviation Week , finds that A&D companies are committed to sustaining investments in product ...
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