In a project environment, knowledge is not just a matter of what you know.
Johnson Space Center has a question: what would happen if we could tap into the expertise of the center's employees to solve any one of the difficult challenges that NASA faces?
Academy Holds First Knowledge Forum
Experts from NASA and around the world gathered to talk about the knowledge sharing practices of complex organizations at the Academy's first Knowledge Forum.
John Mather and Dennis McCarthy
The Academy's second Masters with Masters event featured Dr. John Mather and Dennis McCarthy, who shared critical learning experiences related to the Cosmic Background Explorer, the James Webb Space Telescope, and other complex science projects.
Return to Flight Activities
The ballistic impact testing conducted at Glenn Research Center in the wake of the Columbia accident provided new insights about the accident and the vulnerabilities of the space shuttle system, according to structural engineer Matt Melis.
Common Ground between NASA Engineers and Civil War Generals
The first graduating class of the Systems Engineering Leadership Development Program walked the battlefield at Gettysburg last summer in search of common ground between NASA engineers and Civil War generals.
Knowledge-Based Risk on Composite Overwrapped Pressure Vessel Technology The Exploration Systems Mission Directorate's Integrated Risk and Knowledge Management Portal has published a new knowledge-based risk on super lightweight fuel tanks that identifies critical non-destructive evaluation techniques in need of further development.
"How did we do this during Apollo?" A project at Johnson Space Center identified pertinent Apollo-era documentation and gathered, formatted, and presented it using modern tools for today's engineers and managers.
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