Analysis of horizontal integration within the Program Executive Office for Integrated Warfare Systems
Mink, Jesse M.
Euske, K. J.
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PEO IWS was stood-up in October of 2002. Since then, the organization has had to change the way it delivered warfare systems to the Fleet. This re-organization could be compared to a merger or major transition in the private sector. The purpose of this MBA project is to describe PEO IWS and analyze its implementation of organizational change. The issues that stem from how the change was approached are identified and compared to leading organizational change theories. Conceivably, PEO IWS must coordinate and communicate within themselves to field these warfare systems. The term for this is Horizontal Integration and it can be defined as integrating multiple warfare systems within and across platforms to achieve maximum warfighting capability through enterprise program management, systems engineering, performance measurement, lifecycle management, and processes as related to acquisition, contracts, financial requirements allocation, systems development and integration, test and certification.
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