Organizational design analysis of Fleet Readiness Center Southwest Components Department
Montes, Jose Fernando
Hocevar, Susan P.
Euske, Kenneth J.
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The U.S. Navy's Naval Aviation Enterprise has combined its Depot aircraft maintenance activities with the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance facilities to form the Fleet Readiness Centers across the U.S. The merger creates newly formed organizations responsible for providing comprehensive aircraft maintenance support by combining personnel, technical expertise, equipment and facilities. The purpose of this MBA Project is to analyze the proposed organizational design elements of the FRCSW Components Department that resulted from the integration of the Naval Aviation Depot at North Island (NADEP N.I.) and the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department North Island (AIMD N.I.) in San Diego, CA. The goal of this project is to evaluate possible misalignments in the current organizational design and structure of the organization, identify design gaps, and areas of duplication of effort. This project evaluates the current design through personnel interviews and is conducted with the sponsorship and assistance of the Fleet Readiness Center Southwest.
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