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Aerospace and Defense: Incumbents Strike Back

Aerospace and Defense: Incumbents Strike Back

Updated 20 March 2018

How are aerospace and defense executives tackling change? Explore industry insights based on input from the 19th IBM Global C-suite Study.

Monetizing blockchain: A tailwind for aviation

Monetizing blockchain: A tailwind for aviation

Updated 19 Mar 2018

With the expected growth in business aviation and time-share aircraft travel, aircraft owners and fixed-based operators (FBOs) will demand the security and transparency provided by blockchain.

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Bridging the collaboration gap: Results from global defense survey on collaboration during coalition operations

Updated 20 Jul 2009

Many coalition operations perform below expectations because of a collaboration gap – a mismatch between the demands of the mission and the combined capabilities of the coalition members. Defense forces can take practical steps to close this gap.


Going global in Aerospace and Defense

Updated 09 Apr 2008

Global integration in the A&D industry is far from mature, and how a company responds to the challenge of a world that conducts business globally can be a key factor in helping to determine its future business success.


Podcast Interview: Keep them flying: Find your Winning Position in the MRO Game

Updated 07 Mar 2008

Al Henderson, a consultant with IBM's Institute for Business Value, talks with Ralph Carpenter, supply chain expert and one of the leaders in IBM’s aerospace and defense worldwide consulting team.


Keep them flying: Find your winning position in the MRO game

Updated 08 Jan 2008

Collaboration will become increasingly important in the commercial airline maintenance, repair and overhaul business.


Hiding in plain sight: Service innovation, a new priority for chief executives

Updated 28 Nov 2006

Manufacturers may find a tremendous business opportunity "hiding" in their Service function.

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