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To NASA, with Love

September 29, 2009 Vol. 2, Issue 9   When a master storyteller took on NASA as his subject, he found a multitude of talented individuals united by their passion for space exploration.

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Research Brief: Triggering Problem Solving in Organizations

September 29, 2009 Vol. 2, Issue 9   The response of frontline workers to operational failures and close calls is affected by the type of incident and the managers commitment to problem solving, according to a new study by Harvard Business School.

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View from the Outside: India’s Use of Space-Based Societal Applications

September 29, 2009 Vol. 2, Issue 9   India is using its space program to address national needs such as education, health, resource management, and disaster management, making it a leader among developing nations in the use of space-based technologies for achieving development goals.

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Academy Brief: Foundations of Aerospace at NASA

September 29, 2009 Vol. 2, Issue 9   Ten centers. Four mission directorates. A host of mission support organizations.

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Academy Interview: Terry Cooke-Davies

September 29, 2009 Vol. 2, Issue 9   The volume of complex project work is exploding around the world, and organizations are looking for new ways to accelerate professional development to meet their needs, according to Human Systems founder Dr. Terry Cooke-Davies.

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Message from the Academy Director: The Importance of Craft

September 29, 2009 Vol. 2, Issue 9   The age of the medieval guilds may be long gone, but their legacy remains with us.

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This Month in NASA History: Mars Climate Orbiter Goes Silent

September 29, 2009 Vol. 2, Issue 9   On September 23, 1999, a measurement discrepancy placed the Mars Climate Observer too close to the Martian surface, causing it to go silent.

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Industry Brief: AIAA Forum on Building and Retaining the Aerospace Workforce

September 29, 2009 Vol. 2, Issue 9   Recent efforts to build and retain the aerospace workforce have led to some progress, according to the 2009 Inside Aerospace Forum.

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