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  • X-Teams for Innovation

    By Deborah Ancona and Henrik Bresman For more and more companies in today’s hypercompetitive business environment, success depends on the ability to innovate and put innovations to productive and profitable use.

  • Critical Knowledge inSight: Successful Team Behavior

    An example or model of a productive and effective team can help leaders monitor and benchmark their own team’s performance.

  • Distilling and Infusing Lessons at Marshall

    With her diverse systems engineering background, Jennifer Stevens is a natural to lead the recently established Marshall Distilling Team.

  • The Why of Leadership

    How leaders can foster cognitive diversity and align personal and organizational goals.

  • Critical Knowledge inSight: Common Team Challenges and Advice for Team Leaders

    Team leads have a responsibility to help position their team to be successful.

  • Rocket U UAS Competition Series: Team Kennedy

    With an aircraft already in production and the groundwork underway for test flights, the Kennedy Space Center Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) team found themselves in a race against time to reach competition day.

  • There’s No Shame in Not Knowing: Lessons Learned while Producing NASA’s Virtual PM Challenge

    Since 2013, the NASA Virtual Project Management Challenge (VPMC) has examined trends in program and program management and shared lessons learned with NASA civil servants, contractors, grantees, and the general public.

  • Managing Multicultural Teams

    By Conrado Morlan   Having the opportunity to work for a company that operates in more than two hundred countries and territories and is a global leader in logistics has given me the opportunity to lead large global and regional information-technology projects. While technology made the work complex, the element of culture, both national and […]

  • Sustaining NASA’s Safety Culture Shift

    By David G. Rogers It’s been more than twelve years since I flew planes on and off aircraft carriers. One flight in particular literally changed my life. I was the aircraft commander and was flying with my squadron’s executive officer, who was two pay grades above me but had limited experience flying this particular aircraft […]