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  • 2016 Session 2: Project Derailed? Get Back on Track with Schedule and Cost

    Time: Tuesday, February 23, 2016 @ 12:00 – 1:30 pm (ET) Presenters: Dr. Kate Earle – Chief Learning Officer, Quiet Leadership Institute Jason Lee – Assistant Director of the Applied Research and Methods Team, US Government Accountability Office (GAO) Vernell Jackson – Systems Resource Manager, NASA GSFC Applied Engineering and Technology Directorate Cynthia Simmons – Associate […]

  • 2016 Session 3: Considering It All For Project Success: Dissenting Opinions at NASA

    Time:  Wednesday, June 22, 2016 @ 1:30 – 3:00 pm (ET) Presenters: Dr. Nigel Packham – Manager, Flight Safety Office, NASA Johnson Space Center Peter Spidaliere – Mission Systems Engineer, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Abstract: Program and project managers must make thousands of decisions in the course of delivering successful products and missions. But how […]

  • Critical Path Newsletter

    The Flight Projects Directorate Quarterly Newsletter.

  • Development of Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope Moves Ahead

    WFIRST will have Hubble’s precision with 100 times the field of view.

  • EPISODE 33: YOUNG INNOVATORS

    Kenny Harris, a NASA engineer named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Class of 2020, discusses his experiences as a young professional.

  • EPISODE 34: SCIENCE IN THE 2020’S

    NASA Scientist Michelle Thaller discusses anticipated discoveries and exciting missions planned during this decade.

  • Flight Projects Directorate Masters Forum

    Half-day, twice yearly forums where Goddard practitioners and leaders reflected on successes, failures, and the challenges of working on complex projects.

  • Goddard CKO Portal Resources

    The Office of the Chief Knowledge Officer (OCKO) is responsible for assuring that the Center operates as a learning organization. It is responsible for policy and guidance on Lessons Learned, Knowledge Management and Learning Practices. The OCKO is led by Dr. Edward W. Rogers, Goddard’s Chief Knowledge Officer. Rogers has held the position since 2003.