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Knowledge is Power, But How Do You Use It?

With great power comes great responsibility. —Uncle Ben, Spider-Man It’s more or less a truism in the workplace that “knowledge is power.” Knowledge can take many forms, depending on the nature of the work, from hands-on skills to institutional knowledge to having … Continue reading

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I am in the process of switching from one NASA customer to another. This means training my replacement to do what I was doing. As it happens, this is an amicable transition–I’m moving on to another part of NASA by … Continue reading

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