No. of Recommendations: 7
Shareholders don't deserve to be punished for lax management or lazy supervision of employees.

Then again, some accountability for voting unwisely when it comes to board members would be in order?

... That points to what may have been the Boeing board’s principal failure. It dates back to 2011, when the company decided to tweak the design of its existing 737 narrow-body airliner to compete with Airbus rather than design a new aircraft from the ground up. ... In other words, the Boeing board set policies and created incentives for top management that led to disaster. Of the Boeing board’s 13 current members, at least seven were in place when those decisions were made in 2011. ...
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