has succeeded Kevin McAllister as President and CEO of Boeing
Ted Colbert has taken over Deal's previous
position as President and CEO of Boeing Global Services, and Vishwa Uddanwadiker has been appointed to
Colbert's former role as Interim CIO and
Senior Vice President of Information Technology & Data Analytics.
All appointments are effective immediately.
"Our entire Boeing team is focused on operational excellence,
aligned with our values of safety, quality and integrity, and
we're committed to delivering on our commitments and regaining
trust with our regulators, customers and other stakeholders,"
Boeing President and CEO, Dennis Muilenburg said. "Stan brings
extensive operational experience at Commercial Airplanes and
trusted relationships with our airline customers and industry
partners; and Ted brings to our Global Services business an
enterprise approach to customers and strong digital business
expertise - a key component of our long-term growth plans."
Stan Deal joined Boeing in 1986, and is executive
vice president of Boeing and president and CEO of Boeing
Commercial Airplanes. Prior to this role, Deal was president and
chief executive officer of Boeing Global Services. He is a member
of Boeing's Executive Council. Deal led Boeing Global Services
from its establishment in November 2016 as a third business unit
of the company, bringing together services capabilities that span
the defense, space and commercial sectors. Prior to leading Boeing Global Services, Deal had held a number of essential leadership
positions at Boeing Commercial Airplanes, including running its supply chain and serving as sales leader for the Asia-Pacific
Ted Colbert joined Boeing in
2009 and is executive vice president of Boeing, a member of the
Boeing Executive Council, and president and CEO of Boeing Global
Services. In his prior role he served as chief information officer
(CIO) and senior vice president of Information Technology & Data
Analytics. In this role, he oversaw all aspects of information
technology, information security, data and analytics. He also
supported the growth of Boeing's business through IT- and
analytics-related revenue generating programs.
Prior to his
role as CIO, he led the company's Information Technology
Infrastructure organization where he was responsible for
developing and maintaining network, computing, server, storage,
collaboration and infrastructure solutions across the enterprise.
Before that, he led the IT Business Systems organization where he
managed the computing application systems that support Boeing
Finance, Human Resources, Corporate and Commercial Capital
Business Units, as well as the company's internal systems.
Vishwa Uddanwadiker is interim
chief information officer and senior vice president of Information
Technology & Data Analytics. He was most recently the vice
president of Information Technology for Boeing Commercial
Airplanes. In this role, he was responsible for partnering with
the BCA leadership team and implementing the business unit's
Digital Transformation strategy. Previously, he was the Boeing
IT director for Manufacturing & Quality Systems, which included
manufacturing execution systems, factory automation systems and
quality systems. Before joining Boeing, Uddanwadiker worked at
Honeywell India where he held numerous leadership roles within the
IT application development and support business unit and led large
teams working on complex integration projects.
"Boeing is a great company with a
commitment to safety I have seen firsthand working side-by-side
with many thousands of tremendously talented and dedicated
employees," said McAllister. "It has been an honor to serve with
such a professional team for the past three years."