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In June of 2018, warning bells went off for Ed Pierson, a Senior Manager at Boeing's 737 Factory. The production environment he helped oversee was becoming increasingly chaotic, leading to worrisome lapses in quality and safety. Months later, when two Boeing 737 MAX aircraft crashed in separate incidents, killing over 300 people, Pierson took action as a whistleblower, determined to shed light on ... more

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Why are people fearful of bringing up bad news? Is it safe and worth it to speak up? Join Ed for a thoughtful discussion on workplace culture with author Stephen “Shed” Shedletzky. Shed is the author of SPEAK-UP CULTURE – When Leaders Truly Listen Pe... more

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After the harrowing incident occurring on Alaska Airlines Flight 1282, and the many developments that have followed since, Ed Pierson talks first person.

2 months ago

Join Ed and his guests, Michael Stumo and Joe Jacobsen, as they discuss the status of the FAA Reauthorization Act and why Congress must incorporate nine recommendations from families of crash victims.

6 months ago

Ed is joined by Doug Pasternak, former Director of Investigations and Oversight for the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. Mr. Pasternak led the committee's 18 month long investigation into the Boeing 737 MAX airplanes after two cr... more

8 months ago


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5.0 out of 5 stars from 30 ratings
  • Super interesting podcast

    If you have an interest in aviation this is a fantastic podcast to familiarize yourself with the 737max debacle.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago
  • Ed is a Champion of Humanity

    Ed Pierson unselfishly put his career aside to testify, before the Congress, against his former employer, Boeing. more

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    Canadaa year ago

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