7 Habits of Highly Effective (NASA) Systems Engineers
September VPMC session examines how NASA’s top systems engineers approach their role.
Knowledge Community Corner: NASA Armstrong’s Mark Davis
Mark Davis discusses knowledge sharing at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center.
Podcast Episode 38: Human Factors
NASA Armstrong Operations Engineering Branch Chief Kate McMurtry discusses the value of understanding the impact of human factors on mission performance.
Podcast Episode 67: Quiet Supersonic Mission
NASA Low Boom Flight Demonstrator Deputy Project Manager Cathy Bahm discusses the X-59 quiet supersonic research mission.
Podcast Episode 96: Airworthiness
NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center Chief Engineer CJ Bixby discusses what it takes to achieve airworthiness.
The Why of Leadership
How leaders can foster cognitive diversity and align personal and organizational goals.
Virtual Project Management Challenge: 7 Habits of Highly Effective (NASA) Systems Engineers
In this VPMC, NASA systems engineers illustrated how they successfully applied their habits to their project work and how others might develop their project management competencies.
Virtual Project Management Challenge: Common Denominators: The Shared Habits of NASA’s Top Managers and Systems Engineers
Learn about strategies and tactics that individuals, teams, and organizations can use to maximize mission success in the project-based workplace.
X-31: Breaking the Chain: Lessons Learned
By any measure, the X-31 was a highly successful flight research program at NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center, now the Armstrong Flight Research Center. It regularly flew several flights a day, accumulating over 550 flights during the course of the program, with a superlative safety record. And yet, on Jan. 19, 1995, on the very […]