Mulally, Alan R.
|born on||4 August 1945|
|Place||Oakland, California, 37n48, 122w16|
|Timezone||PWT h7w (is war time)|
|Astrology data||12°00' or|
American businessman who helped Boeing reinvent itself and became CEO of Ford Motor Company in 2006. He grew up in Kansas, landed a job at Boeing as a young junior engineer in 1969, ascended through the ranks, taking over its commercial aircraft division in 1998 and ultimately becoming company president. He is credited with radically increasing orders and operating margins.
Mulally graduated with a bachelor of science in 1967 and a master's in science in 1969 from the University of Kansas, with a concentration on aeronautical and astronautical engineering. He earned a master's in business from the Sloan School of Management at MIT in 1982. An athlete, he played on the semi-pro tennis circuit and loves golf as well. He has a license to fly small planes. As a manager he is considered enthusiastic but sometimes temperamental. He and his wife have three sons and two daughters.
- Work : New Career 1969 (Engineering)
- Work : Begin Major Project 2006 (President of Ford Motor Company)
Paul Hewitt quotes Business Week Sept 18 2006
- Family : Parenting : Kids more than 3
- Vocation : Business : Top executive