Boeing reinvents the airplane

Philip M. Condit, President, The Boeing CompanyWhen their largest customers asked Boeing to match the innovations being offered by the European Airbus Consortium, Philip M. Condit went a step further. The Boeing 777 represented a fundamental rethinking of their product-and a revolution in the very w... Full description

Corporate Author: Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
Other Authors: Films Media Group., Hedrick Smith Productions.
Language: English
Published: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2007], c1994.
Series: View from the top (Princeton, N.J.)
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Online Access: Part of the Films on Demand collection.
Table of Contents:
  • Impact of Industry Decline on Boeing (2:07)
  • Maintaining Industrial Leadership (1:47)
  • Focusing on Customers' Needs (1:08)
  • Phil Condit: Improvement and Benchmarking (2:51)
  • Boeing's Competitive Advantage (1:46)
  • Phil Condit: Motivating for Change (2:26)
  • Phil Condit: Teaming Approach (1:30)
  • Involving Customers in Design Decisions (4:06)
  • First is Not Always Best (1:52)
  • Boeing 777 Program Design-Build Teams (3:33)
  • Boeing's Presence in Japan (3:46)
  • Boeing's Approach to International Partnerships (2:30)
  • Efficiency, Layoffs, and Labor Relations (2:01)
  • America as a Leader in the Global Marketplace (3:00)

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