Should You Have Faith in Boeing's Management?

Here at The Motley Fool, we know how important the leadership of a company can be when you want to know if that company is headed in the right direction. Two of the important aspects to consider are the person's background and whether the incentive structure of the company for its top brass is laid out in a way that motivates success. In this video, Motley Fool industrials analyst Isaac Pino explores both of these considerations as he takes a close look at the CEO of Boeing (NYSE: BA  ) .

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  • Report this Comment On November 27, 2012, at 6:22 PM, doornail1 wrote:

    You missed some key information such as how was his performance at GE and 3M. At 3M I would say it was very poor when you compare it to the current replacement. When he was there they lost the creativity at 3M and was getting worse now that he is at Boeing 3M's performance is stellar in comparison. Just because he worked there does not make him a good manager just means he has had exposure to the industry. The 787 program and the failures that caused them to have to buy out vendors (South Carolina) speaks volumes more as to his leadership and or lack of it.

  • Report this Comment On November 28, 2012, at 1:25 AM, AlaboneC wrote:

    The company should have hired Allan Mulally to run the company in my humble opinion.

    The authors should take a hard look at the experiences on the 787 program and then reevaluate whether the company has good management. Where does the buck stop in an organization?

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