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  • 1. Mgt 723 Dr. Martina Musteen Group study Airbus A380 Daisy Hsieh, Joe Wu Sandra Wu, Sean Yeh
  • 2. Aerospace Manufacturer Industry Five-Forces Analysis
    • Supplier Power
    • High technology
    • Various supplier needed for different parts and components
    • Buyer Power
    • Fewer manufacturer choices
    • Price costly
    • Threat of Substitute
    • Buyer propensity to substitute low due to nearly no alternative
    • Price & performance of substitute: not attractive
    • Industry Rivalry
    • Equally balanced competitors
    • Low Differentiation
    Low Low High Low High
    • Threat of Entry
    • Safety regulations
    • High switching costs
    • High capital requirement
    • high economies scale
    • High Retaliation
  • 3. Neutralized Negative Forces
    • Industry Rivalry
      • Product differentiation >> A380
      • Increase capacity
    • Power of Supplier
      • Long-term strategic alliance with key suppliers
      • Multiple-sources of key component suppliers
  • 4. Strategic Group – FAA Standards Sources: The Airbus A380 Logistics and financing
  • 5. Airbus vs. Boeing Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Forever New Frontiers Setting the standards Slogan 153,000 (2006) 55,000-57,000 Employees $61.5 billion (FY 2006) € 23.5 billion (2005) Revenue Commercial airliners Commercial airliners Products Aerospace & Defense Aerospace Industry W. James McNerney, Jr. CEO Thomas Enders, CEO Key People Chicago, Il, USA Toulouse, France Headquarter 1916 (Seattle, WA) 1970 (Airbus Industrie) 2001 (Airbus S.A.S.) Founded Public An EADS Subsidiary Entity Boeing Airbus
  • 6. A Framework of Competitor Analysis Source: Adapted from M.-J. Chen, 1996, Competitor analysis and interfirm rivalry: Toward a theoretical integration, Academy of Management Review, 21: 100 – 134. 2– Airbus and Boeing
  • 7. Tangible Resources
    • Financial
      • EADS support (eg, €2,029 million free cash flow in 2006)
    • Physical
      • Plants in France, German, Spain, Japan, China
      • Access to key suppliers worldwide
    • Organizational
      • Coordinating
    • Technological
      • Aerodynamic design
      • Innovative material
      • Suppliers management
  • 8. Intangible Resources
    • Human Capital
      • 57,000 employees at 16 sites in 4 European countries
      • Close link to the Concorde project
    • Innovation/Creativity/Learning
      • Innovative material: glass-and carbon-fibre reinforced material
    • Social Capital
      • European base firm is a favor of Europe airliners.
  • 9. Capabilities
    • Integration – to integrate 16 sites parts into one airplane
    • Design – low acoustic, wide body, innovative material
    • Suppliers management
  • 10. Value Chain Margin Margin Support Activities Primary Activities Firm Infrastructure Human Resources Management Technology Development: developed at diff sites & integrated Procurement : 75% external procurement, (collaborative supply chain)
    • Operations
    • Manufacturing
    • Assembling
    • Integration
    Marketing & sales
    • Service:
    • Maintenance
    • Training
    • Inbound Logistics:
    • Use RFID
    • Trigger notification when parts arrived
  • 11. Supply Chain Management
    • External Collaborative Approach
      • Buyer-Suppliers info sharing
      • 75% external procurement
      • Real time
      • Exception based (late management)
      • Proactive
      • Visibility (notify when arrived)
    eSupplyChain
  • 12. Four Criteria Framework – A380 Innovative Material Yes Yes Yes Yes Valuable? Rare? Costly to Imitate? Non-Substitutable? Competitive Implications Yes Yes Yes Yes Aerodynamics Technology Yes Yes Yes Yes Supplier Integration Ability Yes Yes Yes Yes Marketing & sales
  • 13. Core Competencies
    • Ability to utilize the aerodynamic technology design to develop new aircraft
    • Ability to integrate thousands of suppliers (Supply chain management, 75% external procumbent)
    • Innovative Material
    • Marketing & sales
  • 14. Business Level Strategy
    • cost leadership
      • Cost-efficiency, scale efficiency, product improvement
    • to utilize the technology design
      • carry more passengers
      • CO2 emission reduction
      • fuel efficiency
      • noise reduction
  • 15. Corporate Level Strategy
    • Related Diversification
      • Subsidiary of EDAS
      • transferring core competencies
  • 16. International Strategy
  • 17. Recommendation
    • A380 is the right
    • long-term solution for Airbus.
  • 18. Rationale to Build A380
    • Increase product range in Group VI arena
    • Resolve Airport Congestion: high capacity aircraft
    • Take Boeing 747 replaced market
    • Utilize Airbus’s core competencies
    • Extend leading technology
    • gap
    • Global popularity of high
    • fuel-efficient aircrafts
    • Larger cabin provided
    • differentiation layout to
    • operators
  • 19.
    • Production Capacity
    • Financial Pressure
    • Increase capacity
    • Expedite delivery
    Issues Solutions
  • 20. Conclusion
    • Proceed
    • with
    • A380
  • 21. A380 Highlights Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Airbus_380 A380 program cost: US$17 billion A380 unit cost: US $319 million Market demand researched 1991 Boeing canceled similar project 1993 Began developing Very Large Airliner, A3xx 1994 "Large Aircraft Division" formed 1996 Dec. 12, Commercial launch of the A3xxx ( € 8.8 billion) 2000 Airbus consortium was merged 2001 Component-manufacturing starts 2002 First engine delivered 2004 Maiden flight 2005 Certification and delays 2006 Airbus delivers first A380-800 to SIA 2007
  • 22. A380 vs 747-8 Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Airbus_380 Higher Cheaper Operation cost Normal Wider Taxiway US$300 million US$319 million Cost 450 525-853 Capacity 970,000 lb 1,235,000 lb Max takeoff weight 224 ft 261 ft Wingspan 10,254 mi 10,521 mi Range 0.855 mach. 0.85 mach. Speed 747-8 A380