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Old November 21st 03, 04:28 AM
Stuf4
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"Do we do a good job of asking for minority dissenting opinions? Does
everybody have a voice? Can you voice your opinion, even if it's not
a popular opinion, without fear of retribution? If not, what changes
do you think would make a difference?"


(from Slide 11of14)
Safety and Mission Success Week
11/17/03 - 11/21/03
Suggested Guidance for
Work Group Discussions Leaders

http://www.nasawatch.com/caib/11.11.03.SMSGuidance.ppt


The ppt slideshow (hosted by Nasawatch) was distributed at JSC as part
of the post-Columbia corrective action.

It will be interesting to see what non-related organizations learn
from NASA's efforts toward avoiding tragedy.


~ CT
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Old November 25th 03, 04:29 PM
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Stuf4 wrote:
"Do we do a good job of asking for minority dissenting opinions? Does
everybody have a voice? Can you voice your opinion, even if it's not
a popular opinion, without fear of retribution? If not, what changes
do you think would make a difference?"


(from Slide 11of14)
Safety and Mission Success Week
11/17/03 - 11/21/03
Suggested Guidance for
Work Group Discussions Leaders

http://www.nasawatch.com/caib/11.11.03.SMSGuidance.ppt


The ppt slideshow (hosted by Nasawatch) was distributed at JSC as part
of the post-Columbia corrective action.

It will be interesting to see what non-related organizations learn
from NASA's efforts toward avoiding tragedy.


~ CT


It will be interesting to see what NASA learns from NASA's efforts. I
wonder what a "work group" consisted of. "Natural work groups" seems to
be standard organizational and staff meetings. Who led the discussions?
Seems to be the same as it ever was.

 




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