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By Dr. Alexander Laufer When should one make decisions during project planning: early or late? Well, as the following two stories illustrate, the answer is simple: It depends.
By Ed Hoffman I came upon this story in the book Gates of Prayer, and it reminded me of an experience I had a couple of years ago. In the story, a spiritual leader of a community refused to enter a House of Prayer.
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.
What was the most difficult thing for you about reforming the AMRAAM program?
By Frank Snow Background There was a Chinese place near Goddard Space Flight Center where members of my Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE) team often went for lunch.
By Terry Little In essence, project management is about people. Virtually every successful project is defined by good relations between the people involved.
By W. Scott Cameron I had a boss once who continually asked me what the purpose of my work was, who were my customers, and how was I keeping my customers informed about my team’s work.
By Art Levine In the early 70s the management at the American Stock Exchange wanted a set of automated displays installed on the trading floor.
By Frank Snow It was eight months before launch when my second Flight Operations Team lead said he was leaving the project for another job.