Boeing's new CEO takes office, sets out six major tasks
Boeing's new CEO takes office as scheduled. On January 13, local time, the American aircraft manufacturer Boeing announced that David L. Calhoun (David Calhoun) will begin to serve as the president and CEO of Boeing.
David Calhoun said that during his first few days to weeks as president and chief executive officer, he would closely listen to the views of employees, customers, partners and regulators to ensure that relevant expectations are understood and gradually realized.
To this end, he set the priorities for 2020:
The first is to restore security services to the 737 MAX. He said that this must be the main focus of Boeing. This includes following and cooperating with regulators to ensure that regulators are fully satisfied with the work of the aircraft and Boeing so that Boeing can continue to fulfill its commitments to customers.
The second is to rebuild trust. He noted, "Many shareholders are disappointed with us, so it is our job to repair these important relationships. We will do this by rebuilding transparency and even exceeding expectations. We will listen appropriately, urgently and respectfully, seek feedback and make Respond. "
The third is to focus on values. He states, "Every day, we are committed to shared values while further strengthening our culture. Your voice is important to that. We will create an inclusive environment that includes oversight and accountability, and will Safety, quality and integrity come first. "
Fourth, operational excellence. He noted, "Operational excellence is the way we work together to provide our customers with secure products and services while continuously improving our quality metrics. This requires a targeted approach, and we all need to find opportunities to ensure we are committed to what matters most All of us are responsible for this. "
Fifth, maintaining production conditions. He said he would continue to take steps to maintain the existing supply chain and staff expertise to ensure safety, intelligence and the highest quality standards when restarting production and increasing productivity.
Six is investing in the future. He said that Boeing's market is growing, customer demand is constantly developing, competition is intensifying, and technology is developing at an unprecedented rate. Therefore, Boeing must continue to innovate to succeed. "We will continue to invest in our global workforce, as well as new processes and technologies, which will help us become safer and more efficient in defining the future of aerospace." He said this work includes the first launch of the CST-100 Starliner Manned mission preparations, first flight of 777X and 737 MAX 10, further development of global services business and finalization of partnership with Embraer