We need stories because cognitive learning doesn't always cut it.
Using stories to strengthen and apply our intuitions.
Using Stories to Change Your Eyeglasses
Can people be taught how to tell stories?
How to shape the stories that shape us.
Sharing knowledge and experience in an informal community setting.
Something about a story just appeals to the heart.
Master practitioners shared their stories and lessons learned from their work on the Space Shuttle, International Space Station, and Constellation programs at Masters Forum 20.
A follow-on to the highly successful Masters Forum 18, Passing the Torch 2 enabled continued reflection upon the many important lessons learned from the Shuttle program.
The Green Engineering Masters Forum included discussion of emerging technologies that will enhance NASA's mission and improve the quality of life on Earth, and a tour of green facilities.
As NASA prepares to replace the Space Shuttle, Masters Forum 18 participants reflected on the important lessons learned from the formulation, development, and operations of the Shuttle program.
Masters Forum 17 focused on NASA's 50th anniversary and presented an opportunity to reflect on five decades of achievements, their significance, and the many lessons learned,
Masters Forum 16 focused on proven approaches for achieving project management excellence. The program included a Roundtable and a tour of the National Air and Space Museum.
Masters Forum 15 focused on risk, innovation, change, and harvesting knowledge. Participants also explored experiential learning during a site visit to Arizona State University.