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Critical Knowledge inSight: Change Management

Managing change effectively is an important component to being successful with NASA’s innovative missions.

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Critical Knowledge inSight: Success Factors

A mix of people with diverse skills and expertise and using the right technology can set up a project for success.

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Critical Knowledge inSight: Three Essential Factors to NASA’s Success

Individual accountability, teamwork and communication determine success at NASA.

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Critical Knowledge inSight: People Issues and Communication Success Factors

Sharing crucial information is only half the battle for successful communication.

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Critical Knowledge inSight: Space Shuttle Program: Formulation, Development, and Operations – Lessons Learned

As NASA was approaching the final flight of the space shuttle, a discussion panel was held at Masters Forum 20: Passing the Torch 3 to reflect upon the many important lessons learned from the formulation, development and operation of the Space Shuttle Program.

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Critical Knowledge inSight: Human Spaceflight Mishaps’ Common Root Causal Factors

It is crucial to learn and understand as much as possible about the causes of human spaceflight mishaps to prevent them from reoccurring and to make future missions as safe as possible.

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Critical Knowledge inSight: Lessons and Legacies: Space Shuttle Columbia

Reflecting and learning from an accident can be an emotionally painful process, but also extremely important to improving safety in the future.

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Critical Knowledge inSight: Enabling Effective Collaboration

NASA individuals and teams must collaborate effectively to make their missions a success due to the complex nature of their work.

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