Articles by Richard M. McCabe, PhD
Richard M. McCabe, PhD, has been an adjunct (now "supporting") faculty member in Strategy at the Graziadio School of Business and Management since 1995. He has also taught organization theory and design at GSBM, and strategy and human resources management courses at three other universities in Southern California. Dr. McCabe previously worked as an engineer and manager in the shipbuilding and aircraft manufacturing industries, as a pilot in the U.S. Air Force, and as a consultant in the aircraft manufacturing, chemical manufacturing, and healthcare industries. Dr. McCabe's research interests are in strategy design and strategy implementation in transportation industries.
Rivalry has continued to increase in the U.S. domestic airline industry, driving most U.S. airlines to reduce capacity in the last few years.
Exhibit accompanying “Airline Industry Key Success Factors” by Richard M. McCabe, PhD
This analysis examines the U.S. airline industry, an example of the use of key success factors in an industry which by many estimates is mature and consolidating.