Write on these: Research "skunk works" (a task force) and write your findings. Look at Hewlett-Packard, IBM, 3M or any company you want to research to complete this task. Write an 250 essay on your findings on skunk works—when, how, where, why it is used.
The term "skunk works" is utilized within the business world to mean a group that will works on advanced or secrets. The term "skunk works" originated with Lockheed Martin Corporation, which was part of Lockheed Martin that has been an innovator of military aircraft that were designed and built in secrecy. The name originated from the strong order that was produced by the manufacturing plant that was located next to the original building in Burbank, CA. The story goes that a worker joking called the facility "Skunk Works" in reference to a popular comic strip "Li'L Abner, which featured a hermetic character that created a nasty smelling concoction of worn shoes and dead skunks. The Skunk Works team designed is revered within the aerospace industry because of their top notch inventions such as the U-2 spy plane, SR-71 Blackbird and F-117 Nighthawk. The secretive facility is located in Palmdale, CA. The division just celebrated its 70th birthday. To reinforce the purpose of the division, the division has a motto is quick, quiet and quality.
The Skunk Works division has 90% of its projects are classified. Also, the projects are so secretive that the other employees can't tell each other the projects that they are working on. There are 2000 employees working on 600 programs. As a testament to their proficiency, the Skunk Works team delivered the XP-80 Shooting Star project within 143 days, which was 7 days faster than required (The information was obtained at http://articles.latimes.com/2013/jun/20/business/la-fi-mo-lockheed-skunk-works-20130619 "Skunk Works: Developing top-secret weapons in SoCal for 70 years").
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