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  1. History.
    1. 1900.
    2. 1910.
    3. 1950.
    4. 1990.
    5. 2000.
  2. Mission statement.
    1. Mission statement analysis.
    2. Vision statement.
  3. Matrixe.
    1. Summary for the external factor evaluation matrix for Lockheed Martin.
    2. Competitive profile matrix.
    3. Lockheed Martin TOWS matrix.
  4. Financial analysis.
    1. Net sales and cost of goods sold.
    2. Net earnings (loss).
    3. Earnings Per Share (EPS).
    4. Stock price history.
  5. Recommendations.
  6. Conclusion.

Allan Loughead (later changed to Lockheed) began his career in aviation in 1910 when he began working as an aircraft mechanic. In 1913, he teamed with his brother Malcolm to build their first aircraft, a floatplane. With the advent of jet propulsion and advances in aircraft design,Lockheed Martin heritage companies set The world standard for high-performance fighters and bombers. F-102 Delta Dagger (Convair)The F-102 was the world's first delta-wing supersonic fighter. F-106 Delta Dart (Convair) Many consider the F-106 to be the finest interceptor ever built. S-3 Viking (Lockheed)developed for the Navy as a carrier-borne sea control aircraft, the S-3 is extremely versatile in anti-submarine, armed scout, tanking, mining, and electronic surveillance missions. F-16 a true fourth-generation aircraft, with more than 4,000 sales to date, the F-16 is the world's most sought-after fighter. F-16 production is planned through 2010. The F-16 can be configured for many roles including air defense/interceptor, maritime interdiction, battlefield air support,precision strike/interdiction, night attack, defense suppression, and reconnaissance.

[...] Managers are given little authority .10 just recognition Lockheed Martin Financial Analysis Net Sales and Cost of Goods Sold Net Sales and Cost of Goods Sold Increase from 1996 to 1997 Steady decrease from 1997 to 2000 Sales decreased more than COGS Net Earnings (Loss) Net Earnings (Loss) Actual decrease in Earnings over 5 year period Actual loss in 2000 Extraordinary item listed on balance sheet for 2000 that caused loss Usually an accounting ploy to hide poor business prospects Earnings Per Share (EPS) Earnings Per Share (EPS) Gradual decrease in EPS over 5 year period 1997 exception - maybe an accounting entry to offset expense (could not find detailed Balance Sheet and Income Statement for 1997) Overall, not a good company to invest in after reviewing EPS Stock Price History Stock Price History Fairly constant increase from 1996 to1998 Constant decrease from 1998 to 2000 Fairly drastic drop in low price in 1999 and 2000 Steady decrease in dividend yield from 1996 to 2000 with the exception of 1999 Recommendations Lockheed needs to consolidate their position and evaluate which of their business segments generates the most revenue. [...]


[...] Managers are given little authority .10 just recognition Lockheed Martin Financial Analysis Net Sales and Cost of Goods Sold Net Sales and Cost of Goods Sold Increase from 1996 to 1997 Steady decrease from 1997 to 2000 Sales decreased more than COGS Net Earnings (Loss) Net Earnings (Loss) Actual decrease in Earnings over 5 year period Actual loss in 2000 Extraordinary item listed on balance sheet for 2000 that caused loss Usually an accounting ploy to hide poor business prospects Earnings Per Share (EPS) Earnings Per Share (EPS) Gradual decrease in EPS over 5 year period 1997 exception - maybe an accounting entry to offset expense (could not find detailed Balance Sheet and Income Statement for 1997) Overall, not a good company to invest in after reviewing EPS Stock Price History Stock Price History Fairly constant increase from 1996 to1998 Constant decrease from 1998 to 2000 Fairly drastic drop in low price in 1999 and 2000 Steady decrease in dividend yield from 1996 to 2000 with the exception of 1999 Recommendations Lockheed needs to consolidate their position and evaluate which of their business segments generates the most revenue. [...]


[...] Mission Statement Analysis Mission Statement Analysis Lockheed Martin operates in the same context as its customers and is deeply involved in solving the problems and meeting the demands and expectations of its customers. Moreover, it leads the way in showing customers new systems-based possibilities and opportunities. Customer & Technology Mission Statement Analysis The Corporation's core business areas are systems integration, aeronautics, space, technology services and global telecommunications. Self-Concept Mission Statement Analysis Lockheed Martin's vision is to be the world's best systems integrator in aerospace, defense and technology services; to be the company our nation and its allies trust most to integrate their largest, most complex, most important advanced technology systems. [...]

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