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WILLIAM BOEING<br />PRESENTED BY RAGHUL N PILLAI<br />
William Boeing is a world-class business leader. He founded the Boeing Airplane Company<br />which is considered today to ...
William Boeing <br />
Boeing History<br />born Oct. 1, 1881 in Detroit, Michigan to an affluent family<br /> attended Yale University but left s...
Boeing got into boat design so he attended the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition (1909)<br />he saw a manned flying machine ...
Boeing History (cont) <br />Boeing and Westervelt<br />    built the B & W plane<br />B&W Plane<br />In 1921 William Boein...
Boeing History (cont) <br />In April 1917, America entered the First World war  Boeing    changed the name of    Pacific A...
Boeing History (cont) <br />In 1934, the United States government accused William Boeing of monopolistic practices<br />Ai...
Boeing History (cont) <br />Boeing retired from the aircraft industry in 1934. He then spent the remainder of his years in...
Boeing History(cont) <br />William Boeing died on September 28, 1956, at the age of 74, just three days before his 75th bi...
Boeing corporation<br />
Who is Boeing Corporation?<br />Boeing streamlines the way they design and build commercial airplanes by applying Lean pri...
Lean Production & Boeing<br />In 1990 Boeing Executives travel to Japan to learn more about Lean production.<br />In 1994 ...
Lean Principles in the Boeing Corporation<br />Takt-paced production<br />	assemble at the right pace not as fast as possi...
Implementation of Lean Production in the Boeing Corp.<br />Employee involvement<br />Value Stream<br />Tools for implement...
Implementation of Lean Production in the Boeing Corp. (cont) <br />Employee Invovlement<br />		-self-motivated employees <...
Implementation of Lean Production in the Boeing Corp. (cont) <br />Value Stream<br />		-apply contributions of Boeing 	emp...
Implementation of Lean Production in the Boeing Corp. (cont) <br />Tools needed for implementation<br />	-Accelerated Impr...
Results of Lean Production in Boeing Corporation<br />Parts drastically reduced by 42 to 50% for specific planes<br />X-32...
Employees: the lifeblood of Boeing<br />“To ensure our continued success, we support our most critical resource: the peopl...
The Lifelong Learning program gives Boeing employees the opportunity of advanced education and career development. <br />
Current Situation<br />
The Boeing Company: Balanced Aerospace and Defense<br /><ul><li>Greater than 160,000 employees
More than 600 suppliers in over 100 countries
One of the largest U.S. exporters</li></ul>Integrated Defense Systems<br />49%<br />Commercial<br />Airplanes<br />51%<br />
Boeing Commercial Aircraft<br />747<br />777<br />787<br />767<br />737<br />BCA backlog totals $276 billion<br />
Boeing Commercial Aircraft<br /> Financing Solutions:<br />  80% of order book is eligible for Ex-Im support<br />  Airlin...
Integrated Defense Systems<br />Backlog $73 billion<br />C-17<br />Chinook<br />F-18<br />AEW&C<br />
future<br />
The Boeing Company and Lockheed Martin have teamed to perform studies and system development efforts including collaborati...
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  1. 1. WILLIAM BOEING<br />PRESENTED BY RAGHUL N PILLAI<br />
  2. 2. William Boeing is a world-class business leader. He founded the Boeing Airplane Company<br />which is considered today to be the second largest defense contractor worldwide<br />
  3. 3. William Boeing <br />
  4. 4. Boeing History<br />born Oct. 1, 1881 in Detroit, Michigan to an affluent family<br /> attended Yale University but left shortly in 1903 and got into the lumber business<br />He invested in timberlands around Gray's Harbor and also got into the lumber operation<br />
  5. 5. Boeing got into boat design so he attended the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition (1909)<br />he saw a manned flying machine for the first time and became fascinated with aircraft.<br />In 1916, Boeing went into business with George Conrad Westervelt as B & W and founded the Pacific Aero Products Co.<br />.<br />
  6. 6. Boeing History (cont) <br />Boeing and Westervelt<br /> built the B & W plane<br />B&W Plane<br />In 1921 William Boeing married Bertha Marie<br />. <br />
  7. 7. Boeing History (cont) <br />In April 1917, America entered the First World war Boeing changed the name of Pacific Aero Products Co. to Boeing Airplane Company<br />1939-1945 The American men went to war, women built airplanes. Thousands of women symbolized the workforce and helped boost production from 60 planes per month.<br />
  8. 8. Boeing History (cont) <br />In 1934, the United States government accused William Boeing of monopolistic practices<br />Air Mail Act ordered him to break up his company into three separate entities: United Aircraft Corporation, Boeing Airplane Company, and United Air Lines.<br />
  9. 9. Boeing History (cont) <br />Boeing retired from the aircraft industry in 1934. He then spent the remainder of his years in property development and thoroughbred horse breeding<br />William Boeing is known for his passion for thoroughbred horses. And because he never approaches anything in a half-baked manner, he became one of the most successful breeders of thoroughbred horses in America. <br />
  10. 10. Boeing History(cont) <br />William Boeing died on September 28, 1956, at the age of 74, just three days before his 75th birthday<br />
  11. 11. Boeing corporation<br />
  12. 12. Who is Boeing Corporation?<br />Boeing streamlines the way they design and build commercial airplanes by applying Lean principles with concepts and techniques. The primary focus of this effort is the continuous elimination of waste in the company's business processes.<br />
  13. 13. Lean Production & Boeing<br />In 1990 Boeing Executives travel to Japan to learn more about Lean production.<br />In 1994 more improvements were made throughout the Boeing Corporation<br />1995 Boeing brought the leading consultants on Lean Manufacturing <br />TaiichiOhno protégés<br />
  14. 14. Lean Principles in the Boeing Corporation<br />Takt-paced production<br /> assemble at the right pace not as fast as possible<br />One piece flow<br /> items go through production process one at a time without interruption………in return better quality<br />Pull production <br /> produce only when requested<br />
  15. 15. Implementation of Lean Production in the Boeing Corp.<br />Employee involvement<br />Value Stream<br />Tools for implementation<br />
  16. 16. Implementation of Lean Production in the Boeing Corp. (cont) <br />Employee Invovlement<br /> -self-motivated employees <br /> -identify and remove waste<br /> -influence work environment and affect business outcomes<br />
  17. 17. Implementation of Lean Production in the Boeing Corp. (cont) <br />Value Stream<br /> -apply contributions of Boeing employees at strategic points<br /> -all aspects and activities involved with the business process must be lean in order to achieve a total Lean system <br />
  18. 18. Implementation of Lean Production in the Boeing Corp. (cont) <br />Tools needed for implementation<br /> -Accelerated Improvement Workshops (AIW) <br /> -Autonomous Maintenance Workshops (AMW)<br /> - Lean Manufacturing Assessments (LMA) <br />
  19. 19. Results of Lean Production in Boeing Corporation<br />Parts drastically reduced by 42 to 50% for specific planes<br />X-32 Joint Strike Fighter plane is now produced with half the man power than originally expected<br />Virtually eliminated defects in Space products<br />Overall cost reduction by 30% within the company<br />
  20. 20. Employees: the lifeblood of Boeing<br />“To ensure our continued success, we support our most critical resource: the people of Boeing… At Boeing, we inspire and recognize individual talent, provide job security based on performance, and foster a team spirit and the feeling of personal satisfaction that comes from a job well done.”<br />- Frank Shrontz, Boeing CEO in 1986<br />
  21. 21. The Lifelong Learning program gives Boeing employees the opportunity of advanced education and career development. <br />
  22. 22. Current Situation<br />
  23. 23. The Boeing Company: Balanced Aerospace and Defense<br /><ul><li>Greater than 160,000 employees
  24. 24. More than 600 suppliers in over 100 countries
  25. 25. One of the largest U.S. exporters</li></ul>Integrated Defense Systems<br />49%<br />Commercial<br />Airplanes<br />51%<br />
  26. 26. Boeing Commercial Aircraft<br />747<br />777<br />787<br />767<br />737<br />BCA backlog totals $276 billion<br />
  27. 27. Boeing Commercial Aircraft<br /> Financing Solutions:<br /> 80% of order book is eligible for Ex-Im support<br /> Airline banks<br /> Asset finance<br /> Leasing<br /> Equipment Enhanced Trust Certificate (EETC)<br />
  28. 28. Integrated Defense Systems<br />Backlog $73 billion<br />C-17<br />Chinook<br />F-18<br />AEW&C<br />
  29. 29. future<br />
  30. 30. The Boeing Company and Lockheed Martin have teamed to perform studies and system development efforts including collaborative research and development in pursuit of the anticipated U.S. Air Force 2018 Bomber program<br />Boeing and Lockheed Martin are working closely at all levels to capture the best of industry to develop and provide an effective and affordable solution for the warfighter. The work performed by the Boeing/Lockheed Martin team is designed to help the Air Force establish capability-based roadmaps for technology maturation and date certain timelines for the 2018 Bomber program. <br />
  31. 31. In the early years of aviation, many young mechanics and engineers built their own "flying machines" and formed their own companies. Only a handful of those companies exist today. The largest in the world was founded by William Boeing<br />
  32. 32. THANK YOU <br />

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