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Building the Leaders of Tomorrow: Lockheed Martin's Early Career Leadership Development Program
Building the Leaders of Tomorrow: Lockheed Martin's Early Career Leadership Development Program
Building the Leaders of Tomorrow: Lockheed Martin's Early Career Leadership Development Program
Building the Leaders of Tomorrow: Lockheed Martin's Early Career Leadership Development Program
Building the Leaders of Tomorrow: Lockheed Martin's Early Career Leadership Development Program
Building the Leaders of Tomorrow: Lockheed Martin's Early Career Leadership Development Program
Building the Leaders of Tomorrow: Lockheed Martin's Early Career Leadership Development Program
Building the Leaders of Tomorrow: Lockheed Martin's Early Career Leadership Development Program
Building the Leaders of Tomorrow: Lockheed Martin's Early Career Leadership Development Program
Building the Leaders of Tomorrow: Lockheed Martin's Early Career Leadership Development Program
Building the Leaders of Tomorrow: Lockheed Martin's Early Career Leadership Development Program
Building the Leaders of Tomorrow: Lockheed Martin's Early Career Leadership Development Program
Building the Leaders of Tomorrow: Lockheed Martin's Early Career Leadership Development Program
Building the Leaders of Tomorrow: Lockheed Martin's Early Career Leadership Development Program
Building the Leaders of Tomorrow: Lockheed Martin's Early Career Leadership Development Program
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Building the Leaders of Tomorrow: Lockheed Martin's Early Career Leadership Development Program

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How do you build a robust leadership development program that helps employees develop the experiences, skills and thinking needed to fill future leadership positions? Through its Operations Leadership …

How do you build a robust leadership development program that helps employees develop the experiences, skills and thinking needed to fill future leadership positions? Through its Operations Leadership Development Program and collaboration with Drexel University, Lockheed Martin is educating its high-potential early career employees through a program design that fosters collaborative knowledge sharing, critical thinking and innovation — not just building skills. The Lockheed Martin story offers a valuable learning experience for organizations whose continued success is dependent on the development and retention of their employees.

John N. Hatch, Corporate Vice President, Subcontract Program Management, Lockheed Martin

Dr. Kristin Risi, Senior Director, Corporate and Executive Education, LeBow College of Business, Drexel University

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  • 1. Building
the
Leaders
of
Tomorrow:

 Lockheed
Martin's
Early
Career
Leadership
 Development
Program
 Tuesday,
April
13,
2010

  • 2. Chief Learning Officer Symposium April 13, 2010
  • 3. Drexel CLO Symposium-Hatch-13Apr10 3
  • 4. SVP Corporate Human Resources VP Talent & Organizational Capability VP& Chief VP SVP ES – VP & VP Subcontract SVP CIO & Technology Human Chief Security & Controller Program Communications VP, EBS Officer Management Resources Office Program Program Program Program Program Program Program Manager Manager Manager Manager Manager Manager Manager Deputy Deputy Program Program Manager Manager Drexel CLO Symposium-Hatch-13Apr10 4
  • 5. Drexel CLO Symposium-Hatch-13Apr10 5
  • 6. OLDP EXECUTIVE SPONSOR Corporate Functional Executive Key Components Business Area OLDP PROGRAM CHAMPIONS MANAGEMENT OFFICE Program Manager STEERING Deputy PM COMMITTEE OLDP Business Unit SITE SPONSORS OLDP ASSIGNMENT OLDP SITE LEADERS MANAGERS OLDP PARTICIPANTS OLDP ALUMNI Drexel CLO Symposium-Hatch-13Apr10 6
  • 7. Drexel CLO Symposium-Hatch-13Apr10 7
  • 8. Career Planning + Mentoring + Committees Permanent Position Drexel CLO Symposium-Hatch-13Apr10 8
  • 9. Networking Career Management Communications Technical Development Drexel CLO Symposium-Hatch-13Apr10 9
  • 10. On Boarding and Communication Multiple Feedback Loops Dedicated Staff and Resources Networking and Mentoring Drexel CLO Symposium-Hatch-13Apr10 10
  • 11. Industry- Graduate Level Specific Content Examples Leadership Learner- Involvement and Generated Support Content CURRICULUM INTEGRATION Drexel CLO Symposium-Hatch-13Apr10 11
  • 12. • Faculty,
Advisors,
PMO
 •  
Accredited
University
 Instructional
Tech,
Deans
 •  Negotiation
&
 • Goal/objective
alignment
 Communications,
 Finance,
Operations,
 • Quality
of
program

 and
Quality
 design/
delivery
 Integrated GCP •  Capstone
project
 Learning Curriculum •  Secondary
pursuit

 Team Collaborative Engagement, • Synchronous/
 •  Engage
community
 asynchronous

 Opportunities Contribution elements
 •  Set
expectations
 & Context • Knowledge
community

 •  Foster
Full
Spectrum
 Leadership
 • Student/faculty
forums
 •  Commitment
to
 • Webinars,
wiki,
blogs,
 Excellence
award
 embedded
videos
 •  Alumni
involvement
 Drexel CLO Symposium-Hatch-13Apr10 12
  • 13. Participant Survey Satisfaction Quality of the program “Would Highly Recommend Exposure to upper management the program to others” Ability to network in program Site Leader Assignment Manager Graduate Certificate Program Drexel CLO Symposium-Hatch-13Apr10 13

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