TABLE OF CONTENTS 24 Inside BOEING FRONTIERS / APRIL 2013 05 TALENT FOR GROWTH Boeing’s fast-growing site, Oklahoma City, has assembled strong and diverse talent that supports a number of engineering and aircraft programs. Whether helping upgrade planes such as the B-1 bomber at nearby Tinker Air Force Base or equipping military aircraft with secure communications, site employees say they are excited by the rapid growth and welcome the additional people and resources. PHOTO: BOB FERGUSON/BOEING 07 LEADERSHIP MESSAGE Boeing has a rich heritage of helping and strengthening communities, and opportunities are greater than ever for employees to carry on that tradition by volunteering their time, unique skills and abilities, says Lianne Stein, vice president, Global Corporate Citizenship. Through volunteering, Boeing employees can make a positive difference in the lives of people around the globe, she writes. 08 SNAPSHOT/ QUOTABLES 33 WHY WE’RE HERE 34 MILESTONES 38 IN FOCUS Pages 10–11: Back cover: Boeing holds itself to the highest ethical standards by following a set of core values. One of those, people working together, is highlighted in this print ad. It speaks to how innovation comes from great ideas— which come from an open work culture. This ad is scheduled to run in the first-quarter issue of Ethisphere. “Enduring Awareness,” featuring ScanEagle, is one of several ads in a Boeing Defense, Space & Security advertising campaign highlighting the capabilities Boeing brings to its customers. The ads are running in print and online business, political and trade publications.
Frontiers April 2013 Issue
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