Good communication is a two-way street that requires those delivering and receiving communication to pay attention to some key rules to be effective.
A program manager needs to stay mission-focused in order to reach success.
Out-of-house work brings some specific challenges for a NASA project manager.
Psychological safety and intentional meeting design and execution are important elements for collecting diverse ideas from your team.
Team leads have a responsibility to help position their team to be successful.
New technologies and their risks are difficult to characterize and provide important opportunities for lessons learned and process improvements.
Small projects have unique characteristics that should be closely observed to help achieve a successful outcome.
A program/project manager should spend time building relationships and interacting with their team in the work environment.