By Todd Post This issue of ASK we look at several projects that recovered from serious problems after a critical change was made in how they were managed.
By Todd Post How many times have I heard project managers tell of learning by way of examples from history and literature?
By Todd Post Stories in ASK Magazine demonstrate that career development is rarely something successful project managers consider just a phase of their career.
By Todd Post Though each issue of ASK Magazine addresses the concerns of project management, this issue, like all previous issues, is a one-of-a-kind product filled with the unique and often innovative insights of individual project practitioners.
By Todd Post The ASK Magazine prototype appeared in January 2001, and was released to a small group of readers, less than a hundred of some of the most reflective project managers we knew at the time.
By Todd Post Soon after we started publishing ASK, I heard from some of our NASA readers that we needed to feature more stories about managing research projects.
By Todd Post The APPL tree of knowledge bears fruit once again.
By Todd Post Glenn research center project manager Susan Motil’s story, “So This is Knowledge Sharing,” emerged out of a phone conversation she had with Marty Davis of Goddard Space Flight Center after reading his story in ASK 4 about tailoring reviews.
By Todd Post If you’re like me, you find the science on NASA missions fascinating. The scientists themselves are almost as interesting to me as the worlds they study.