Boeing’s Priority After Recertifying, Delivering MAX: REMAKE the Board - Remove New Boeing CEO Too
Top executives and half the Board of Directors need to go - New CEO Too!
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December 24, 2019 - by Scott Hamilton for leehamnews.com
- It is puzzling how Board Chairman David Calhoun (now new CEO at Boeing) could have said in a CNBC interview that, "from the Board's view, everything Muilenburg has done is right." - New Boeing CEO Needs To Go Too
Boeing's first priority this year is to get the 737 MAX recertified, returned to service, production restarted and begin
the long path on the road to normalcy.
The second priority is to remake the leadership and governance.
The third, which may slip to 2021, is to launch a new airplane program to replace the MAX 9 and MAX 10.
Achieving the first priority needs no explanation. So much about these issues was written last year. I'll skip to the second.
Update: A statement from a law firm representing families of the Lion Air JT610 has been received.
Boeing needs to take bold steps—and I mean, really bold steps—to recover from the worst crisis in its 103 year history.
I outlined in an Oct. 7 column why the top executives and half the Board of Directors need to go. This was limited to the MAX crisis.
Things only got worse since then.
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