- The Adventure of Spaceflight
- It Doesn’t Take a Rocket Scientist to be a Great Manager
- Edward G. Gibson, Ph.D., weaves spaceflight experiences into lessons in leadership, motivation, and teamwork
- Turn Good Managers into Great Leaders!
Edward G. Gibson, Ph.D., as an astronaut, he set the world record for time in space and his two crewmates held the American record of 84 days in space. Ed presents the essence of leadership in practical, understandable, and entertaining terms.
During his mission on Skylab, America’s first space station, he also worked outside for over 15 hours during three different space walks and performed ground-breaking research.
In his 14-year NASA career, Ed supported the Apollo 12 crew and was their communicator while they explored the moon. He earned Air Force wings and logged over 2,200 hours in high-performance aircraft, 100 hours in helicopters, and 2017 hours in space.
Ed earned a BS in engineering from the University of Rochester and a MS and Ph.D., in Engineering and Physics from the California Institute of Technology. After a year in industry, he was selected as one of six of the first Scientist-Astronauts, edging out 2,000 applicants.
Ed excelled in program management with Booz, Allen & Hamilton
TRW Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.