TOP Men in Aerospace & Aviation to Follow on LinkedIn 2022: 4. Patrick Mullane

4. Patrick Mullane

Executive Director, Harvard Business School Online and Executive Education, Author "The Father, Son, and Holy Shuttle: Growing Up an Astronaut's Kid in the Glorious 80s", EOS Worldwide

4. Patrick Mullane

Average Post Engagement: 246.6



What I use Linkedin for:

To share ideas with interesting people from around the world. Particularly in the fields of education and aerospace.

Number of Followers:



Aerospace & Aviation


Who am I:

I am passionate about inspiring critical thinking, the single skill to help make the world more fair, peaceful, and innovative.

What I do:

I am the Executive Director of Harvard Business School Online and Harvard Business School Executive Education.

Why you should follow me on Linkedin:

I will soon be posting articles as a Forbes contributor, sharing advice about early career development. I also am the author of “The Father, Son, and Holy Shuttle: Growing Up an Astronaut’s Kid in the Glorious 80s” and a forthcoming book on learning to fly.

Who I follow on Linkedin

I follow anybody who has interesting insights about the world – people who help me to think differently about something.


Patrick’s Favorite Post

Views: 7,170

Likes: 7

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My favorite post is my favorite because it’s very personal and tells a fascinating story … and shows how a sequence of events can lead to misunderstandings that can be dangerous. 

Patrick’s Successful Post

Views: 4,314

Likes: 4

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In addition to my favorite post which was also my most successful, this post was fun as I got a lot of notes from people about it clearly explained something they had never understood. Always gratifying!  

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