Boeing CEO Muilenburg Exemplifies Boeing’s Flawed Culture
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October 29, 2019 - by ERNEST ARVAI for airinsight.com
In watching the testimony of Dennis Muilenburg in front of the Senate and House, as well as Boeing's actions during the 737 MAX crisis over the last 366 days, it seems the corporate culture at Boeing is a contributing factor to why this crisis is hanging on.
Boeing has become an arrogant company that apparently believes that rules don't apply because "we're Boeing" and a "we know better" attitude.
Dennis Muilenburg is a perfect example of that arrogance and culture. His statements come across as insincere, and twists the facts.
When he states that, after the fixes, the 737 MAX will be one of the safest airplanes in the skies, he slights the memory of the 346 people who died aboard those aircraft because of a flawed design that kicked off a series of events that resulted in fatalities.
Sorry, Dennis, but the 737 MAX will not be among the safest airplanes ever to fly because...
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