HEO Risk and Knowledge Management
These case studies and lessons learned, developed by the Strategic Analysis and Integration Division, aid program and project managers in improving work processes and making risk-informed decisions.
Knowledge Based Risks
Knowledge-Based Risks (KBRs) are interactive modules that capture risks that have been successfully mitigated in the past and that are relevant to current programs and projects.
Columbia Accident Investigation Board
This module contains a narrative lessons learned report of the investigation including inputs from members of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board (CAIB), the NASA Accident Investigation Team, and the Columbia Task Force. The module also contains video interviews, related documents, and links.
Risk Management Case Study: Demonstration of Autonomous Rendezvous Technology (DART)
This case study explores the history of the Demonstration of Autonomous Rendezvous Technology (DART) mission and examines how changes in risk posture and management expectations created unique challenges.
Process 2.0: Work Process Optimization
A course in Process 2.0 - integrating risk and knowledge management to improve your work.
Risk Management Case Study: Super Lightweight Tank
Explores development of the Super Lightweight Tank and challenges participants to identify, analyze, and develop mitigation plans for the risks facing the team on this project.