An analytical history of provider organization support within navy enterprise: Naval Supply Systems Command
Higgins, Stephen G.
Wahlgren, Kristian L.
Brook, Douglas A.
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In an increasingly constrained resource environment, the enterprise approach was introduced in the U.S. Navy to empower stakeholders across multiple commands to take a holistic view of objectives and processes and become unified to achieve required output with greater efficiency. As a member of the Navy Provider Enterprise, Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) is responsible for providing services, equipment and other resources to the Warfare Enterprises with focus of future readiness at minimal cost. This project focuses on enterprise practices within NAVSUP. It analyzes how NAVSUP Enterprise was implemented and designed to function within the Navy Provider Enterprise construct. This project also describes NAVSUP's execution of the organizational change process and analyzes to what extent change is occurring. The results of this thesis reveal that the NAVSUP Provider Enterprise is achieving positive organizational change through the implementation of collaborative enterprise management practices. The thesis reveals some identifiable organizational challenges and change issues that inhibit the achievement of NAVSUP Provider Enterprise goals. These findings are used to develop and present a series of recommendations to assist the leadership to further align NAVSUP Provider Enterprise actions with the change objectives.
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