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Boeing Pricing Spineometer: 3 of 5 Vertebrae

By Tim J. Smith, PhD June 28, 2024

Boeing, global aerospace manufacturer, had a challenging Q1 2024. Revenue fell 7.5% to $16.6 billion but earnings before interest and taxes rose 42% to negative $86 million over the same period last year. A review of Boeing’s April 24 earnings call and associated financial reports provided insight regarding the importance of pricing on performance. Dominating the conversation was the recent door plug failure at their Alaska Airlines customer.  This has led to…

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Hanging Your Net Shingle, Part 2: Investors

By Tim J. Smith, PhD March 7, 2002

Corporate web sites are communication tools that can influence decisions and encourage positive actions. In this second part of a five part…

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Hanging Your Net Shingle, Part 1: Intro

By Tim J. Smith, PhD March 6, 2002

As new ventures get off the ground, one of the early tasks they need to accomplish is create their corporate web site.…

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When Network Externalities Fail Make Glue

By Tim J. Smith, PhD February 28, 2002

Network Externalities has been the mantra among Hi-Tech new ventures. They provide a believable logic behind their revenue forecasts that predict exponential…

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The Nitty-Gritty of Product Management

By Tim J. Smith, PhD February 22, 2002

In bringing new technologies to market, the whole team focuses on the vision. Developers are led by architects offering visions of clean…

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