William Gerstenmaier
Critical Knowledge inSight: Handling Dissenting Opinion

A dissenting opinion occurs when you have a person or persons that have a different opinion than the majority. Bringing up this dissenting opinion and clearly explaining why a differing opinion has been formed are both important aspects to healthy communication in an organization.

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From left: NASA Chief Engineer Ralph Roe, SELDP graduates David Rutishauser, Lisa Smith, and Sean Laughter, plus SELDP Leadership Facilitator and Coach Cindy Zook and Program Manager Kevin Magee discussed the value of the program to the agency and to NASA engineers. Credit: NASA
Aspire Higher: SE Development at NASA

How can engineers hone their leadership and technical skills to enhance mission success? A recent NASA Virtual Project Management (PM) Challenge offered answers. 

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Critical Knowledge Insight
Critical Knowledge inSight: Technology Transfer

Scientists and engineers busy at work on their projects struggle to find time to make the invaluable contribution of sharing discoveries and new technology.

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December 2017 CKO News Now Available

A new edition of the CKO News has been released. We invite you to read it today on our website.

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Explore the Critical Knowledge inSight series

The Office of the Chief Knowledge Officer (OCKO) recently launched a new self-paced learning initiative: the Critical Knowledge inSight series.

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Jessica Parsons
Critical Knowledge inSight: Success Factors for Integration

At NASA, project integration is crucial work that enables mission success.

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The knowledge community at a previous face-to-face at Kennedy Space Center
NASA Knowledge Community Preps for Face-to-Face Meeting

The NASA knowledge community will focus on themes of engaging stakeholders, building buy-in and driving innovation during its December gathering.

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Critical Knowledge inSight: Culture of Innovation

Creativity and innovation are at the heart of NASA work.

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