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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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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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Jessica Parsons
Critical Knowledge inSight: Success Factors for Integration

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

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Critical Knowledge inSight: Culture of Innovation

Creativity and innovation are at the heart of NASA work.

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Ginger Kerrick
Critical Knowledge inSight: Case Studies for Learning

Case studies are a great method for understanding important lessons learned from NASA’s work. 

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Critical Knowledge inSight: Beware of Complacency

Complacency has a way of lulling us as individuals and organizations into accepting the status quo and limits our ability to investigate unfamiliar and uncharted territory. 

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BruceManners
Critical Knowledge inSight: Communicating with Openness and Trust

Communication is paramount in the success of all project work.

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STI Knowledge Services Lead Karen Fallon. Photo Credit: NASA
Knowledge Community Corner: STI’s Karen Fallon

Karen Fallon discusses knowledge sharing in NASA’s Scientific and Technical Information Program Office.

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NASA OCHMO Knowledge Services Lead Mark Weyland. Photo Credit: NASA/Robert Markowitz
Knowledge Community Corner: OCHMO’s Mark Weyland

Mark Weyland discusses knowledge sharing in NASA’s Office of the Chief Health and Medical Officer.

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