Knowledge Journal Issue 2: On the Front Cover
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Knowledge Journal Issue 2: On the Back Cover
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Welcome from the Chief Knowledge Officer

With this second issue of the NASA Knowledge Journal, I believe we have successfully secured yet another medium to promote knowledge sharing through which we can convey the passion, joy, labor, anxiety, and lessons of working together on and with knowledge services at NASA. If talented and dedicated people have an opportunity to impart with […]

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Space Shuttle Endeavour on Launch Pad 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Flight Center in Florida, for its final flight, the STS-134 mission to the International Space Station. Photo Credit: NASA
There’s No Shame in Not Knowing: Lessons Learned while Producing NASA’s Virtual PM Challenge

Since 2013, the NASA Virtual Project Management Challenge (VPMC) has examined trends in program and program management and shared lessons learned with NASA civil servants, contractors, grantees, and the general public.

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The Knowledge Toolbox—located on km.nasa.gov—contains tools, resources, and information for individuals and teams to enhance their knowledge-sharing efforts on real-life projects and programs. Analogous to how imperatives enhance and reinforce other imperatives, the tools, both conceptual and practical, found in the toolbox work together to create a stronger knowledge-sharing strategy. Image Credit: NASA
Twelve Strategic Imperatives for NASA Knowledge Services

To ensure mission success, NASA remains a project organization and program environment at its dual core.

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“Rocket Park” at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala. Photo Credit: NASA
Best Case for Case Studies: An Interview with Jennifer Stevens, Chief Knowledge Integrator

Jennifer Stevens, Chief Knowledge Integrator at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC), supports Center and Agency Chief Knowledge Officers and interfaces with the NASA knowledge community.

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Photo from the opening day ceremony of the Goddard Space Flight Center on March 16, 1961. Photo Credit: NASA
Goddard’s Road to Mission Success I and II: An Overview

Space and Earth science missions are complex.

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Figure 1: CKI Dashboard. Image Credit: NASA
Towards a Critical Knowledge Index

It began with a project goal of recommending a method for identifying, capturing, prioritizing, and transferring critical knowledge.

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