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FCW : June 30, 2014
Much has been written about how NASA has innovated to drive the exploration of space. The way private companies have built on NASA s experience and are now forging their own pathways to space with NASA s support is proof of the great things government can spark. But how do we take those lessons and apply them here on Earth, in our own workplaces? NASA has historically been centrally controlled and managed, although each eld center has a degree of autonomy. Overall, the NASA of today bears only a fading resemblance to the space agency that ew to the moon. It has grown up (some would assert that it s simply grown old). The mainstays are there; the boldness, daring and passion that infused NASA in those years remain in a more mature and altered form. But so much else has changed. June 30, 2014 FCW.COM 13 Start by thinking big. "There is always time later to rein in ideas to t budget and schedule parameters. " This article is adapted from "Innovation the NASA Way: Harnessing the Power of Your Organization for Breakthrough Success." Learning to innovate like BY ROD PYLE ASA PHOTOS COURTESY OF NASA
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