Dedication

By Jeanne M. Holm The NASA Web portal we had designed was exactly what we felt that NASA management wanted: a new face for the Agency, engaging, interactive, and upbeat; a real change from the staid, informational Web site that NASA had already.

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Staying on the Lookout

By Frank Larsen The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, is one of the biggest aircraft shows in the world, and it is also a huge public relations event for NASA.

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A Good Man Is Hard to Find

A Good Man Is Hard to Find

By Marty Davis Every project has its stories. The ones we usually want to tell are the outright success stories — but the ones we also need to hear are the “things we did wrong and should have known better.”

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Would You Raise Your Hand?

By Dr. Owen Gadeken The scene was all too familiar to me: a new leader with a new project. Gone were my days as a manager on Air Force missile development projects.

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Class Act

By Tom Young In 1971, I was working on the Viking program when my center director, Ed Cortright, recommended that I accept an offer to become an MIT Sloan Fellow.

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