7월1일부터 보잉의 사령탑을 맡는다.
뮬렌버그는 1985년 인턴으로 보잉에 입사한 인물이다.
아이오아 주립대 항공우주공학과를 졸업하자마자 21세의 나이로 입사해 30년 동안 줄곧 보잉에 근무해왔다.
현장에서 잔뼈가 굵어온 항공 엔지니어링 전문가다.
오랫동안 여객기 생산과 방위사업 부문에서 프로그램 매니저를 맡아왔다.
전투기사업부와 서비스 지원사업부 등 여러 부서를 두루 거쳤다.
그곳에서의 성과를 인정받아 보잉의 핵심사업인 방위·우주·보안(BDS)부문 대표로 승진했다.
여기서도 발군의 경영성과를 냈다.
2013년 12월부터 보잉의 살림을 총괄하는 최고운영책임자(COO)를 맡아왔다.
보잉은 그동안 주로 명문대 출신의 MBA를 외부에서 스카우트 해왔으나 이번에는 밑바닥에서 현장 경험을 쌓으며 한 계단씩 올라온 인물을 내부 발탁했다.
다음은 보잉사가 밝힌 뮬렌버그 이력서 전문
Dennis Muilenburg is vice chairman, president and chief operating officer of The Boeing Company. He also serves on the company's Executive Council. In June, the Boeing board of directors announced that Muilenburg would succeed W. James (Jim) McNerney, Jr., as the company’s chief executive officer, effective July 1.
As vice chairman, Muilenburg, 51, manages a number of Boeing-wide processes and activities, driving seamless "One Boeing" strategies and execution across the enterprise. As president and COO, he shares in the day-to-day oversight and support of the company’s $90.8 billion aerospace business operations and focuses on specific growth enablers, including important global relationships, leadership initiatives and development program performance.
With more than 165,000 employees across the United States and in more than 65 countries, Boeing is the world's largest aerospace company and top U.S. exporter. It is the leading manufacturer of commercial airplanes, military aircraft, and defense, space and security systems; it supports airlines and U.S. and allied government customers in more than 150 nations.
Prior to beginning his current assignment in December of 2013, Muilenburg served as president and chief executive officer of Boeing Defense, Space & Security (BDS). This $31 billion, 53,000-person business unit is a provider of integrated solutions to meet the enduring needs of defense, government, space, intelligence and security customers in the U.S. and around the world.
Before that, Muilenburg was president of BDS’s Global Services & Support business and, before that, vice president and general manager of the Boeing Combat Systems division and program manager for Future Combat Systems. Earlier, he was vice president of Programs & Engineering for Boeing Air Traffic Management, director of Weapon Systems for the proposed Boeing Joint Strike Fighter aircraft, and held program management and engineering positions on F-22, Airborne Laser, High Speed Civil Transport and the Condor reconnaissance aircraft, among others.
Muilenburg, who joined Boeing in 1985, spent the first 15 years of his career in the Puget Sound region, where he held a number of program management and engineering positions in support of both the commercial airplanes and defense businesses.
Muilenburg holds a bachelor's degree in aerospace engineering from Iowa State University and a master's degree in aeronautics and astronautics from the University of Washington.
Muilenburg is a member of the board of directors of Caterpillar Inc., the U.S.-China Business Council, the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation and FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science & Technology). He serves on the steering committee of the Defense Industry Initiative, is a member of the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) board of governors and serves on the AIA executive committee. He also serves on the boards of trustees for the National World War II Museum and Washington University (St. Louis).
He is a Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society, and the Boeing executive focal for Iowa State University.
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