Episode 180:

Inside the Boeing Company and How Ethics Play out in the Boardroom, with Albert Erisman

Jun 8, 2022 | Boardroom Bound

Exploring ethics-driven board leadership.

About this episode

Your priorities as an individual will likely shape the scope of boards you sit on, and the impact of your work there. As Albert Erisman joins us today, he shares insights from his experience on the impact of ethical decision making.


Dr. Albert Erisman spent 32 years at The Boeing Company, the final decade as the Director of Technology, retiring in 2001. Since then, he has served on the faculty of the School of Business, Government, and Economics at Seattle Pacific University, started a magazine on business ethics (ethix.org), and authored or co-authored numerous journal articles and books including most recently, The ServiceMaster Story: Navigating Tension between People and Profit (Hendrickson, 2020). Dr. Erisman has served on numerous boards including The Theology of Work Project and Kiros, and has lectured on business, theology, mathematics, and technology on six continents.


In today’s episode, Albert dives into the key ways that ethics plays into board decisions. You won’t want to miss this episode of Boardroom Bound!


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