|Title:||Leadership moments from NASA : achieving the impossible|
|Authors:||Dave Williams, Author ; Elizabeth Howell, Author|
|Publisher:||[S.l.] : ECW Press, 2021|
|ISBN / ISSN / EAN :||978-1-77041-604-8|
|Size:||xv, 310 p. / 23 cm|
|Bibliography note:||Includes bibliographical references|
|Subjects:||Decision making ; Leadership ; National Aeronautics and Space Administration ; National aeronautics and space administration--Management ; Team work--Performance|
The NASA way: lessons on leadership, teamwork, and corporate culture. How does NASA take on seemingly insurmountable challenges, recover from tragedy and continue to attract the best and brightest talent?
Space exploration is as much a story of leadership and teamwork as it is a story of exploration and discovery. Leadership Moments from NASA delves into the culture of the famed organization and examines the leadership styles and insights of NASA senior executives spanning five decades of human spaceflight to share the lessons they learned from critical moments. How did they prioritize? How did they resolve differences? How did they decide what to do when no one had done it before? How did they build highly competent teams? How did they build organizational resilience? How did they fight complacency and rebuild a culture of safety and innovation?
Through the use of NASA oral histories and interviews, this book shows how NASA recovered from tragedy and adversity, and how it developed a culture of competency that continues to attract the best and brightest.
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|013847||TL521.312.W55 2021||Book||ISU Library||Main collection||Available|