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Lockheed Martin Space Systems

Northern California Discovery Forum Case Study

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Publication Date: Sep - 2008
Document Type: Case Study
Number Of Pages: 43


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Northern California Discovery Forum, September 25, 2008. Case Study.
 
Lockheed Martin Space Systems
 
Joe Gonsiewski, Director Facility Operations and Services (BA), Lockheed Martin Space Systems, gave a presentation on his company's efforts to modernize older buildings and create an environment that can attract and retain the next generation of workers. Several buildings have been targeted for the project, and all but one will be re-built or renovated to better fit today's work force needs. The plan is to rebuild the buildings for efficiencies one at a time, and the last building won't be rebuilt.
 
The initiative will provide for an inviting, dynamic and functional working environment with more flexible spaces for collaboration, creative thinking, teaming centers, hoteling and innovation.
 

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Discovery Forum, 2008, case study, Northern California, Lockheed Martin, workplace, trends, diversity, demographics, generations, mobility, space utilization, campus utilization, energy efficiency, lean, six sigma, cost reduction, space management, occupancy cost per person, square feet per person, workplace strategies