Small Wins

By Dr. Alexander Laufer While it might not seem so radical these days to see the words “story” and “business” in the same sentence, that certainly wasn’t the case when I set out to put together my first collection of business stories.

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From the APPEL Director: So, Do You Feel Lucky, Punk?

By Ed Hoffman As a graduate student at Columbia University, one afternoon I decided to ask my advisor, Warner Burke, for help in finding an internship.

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In This Issue: Oh, Develop

In This Issue: Oh, Develop

By Todd Post Stories in ASK Magazine demonstrate that career development is rarely something successful project managers consider just a phase of their career.

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ASK Talks with Dennis Grounds

ASK Talks with Dennis Grounds

  After being a project manager of the Human Research Facility for six years, what brought you to Headquarters?

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A Fly on the Wall

A Fly on the Wall

By Dr. Gerald Mulenburg The email was addressed not only to me, but also to all the Project Knowledge Sharing Community at Ames Research Center.

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The Long Journey

By W. Scott Cameron Early in my career I worked with an experienced, highly regarded design engineer who continually stated he would change assignments or companies for a nickel-an-hour salary increase.

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Sink or Swim

By Terry Little The traditional view of career development in the government goes something like this: Start your career as a functional apprentice.

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The Enterprise Project

The Enterprise Project

By Wendy Dolci In July, the Academy of Program and Project Leadership (APPL) conducted a two-week class in Advanced Project Management at Ames Research Center.

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