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The former Director of Mission Operations at NASA shows you how to combat management weaknesses, lead stellar teams and pull off miracles in your workplace using lessons from Mission Control
Failure is always an option, and so is choosing to lead your team into an environment that helps them to avoid catastrophe and pull off miracles. For more than fifty years, NASA's Mission Control has done just that.
Take the ultimate insiders look at the leadership values and culture that made that track record possible. Paul Sean Hill paints a vivid picture, candidly portraying the critical cultural connections in human spaceflight triumphs and failures. By demonstrating how his Mission Control team learned to steward this culture into their management roles, Paul provides a guide for any organization to boost their own performance by building on their core ideas and values that have delivered 'impossible' wins for decades.
Beyond the rocket science and leadership theory, Paul shows how these ideas are the enablers in solving "impossible" problems at all levels. He'll show you how Mission Control does it, and more importantly, he demonstrates how you can apply the core ideas and leadership values from Mission Control in your organization.
Whether failure means cost and schedule overruns, quality reduction, loss of market share, bankruptcy - or putting someone's life a risk, how we lead can determine whether even small mistakes are dealt with or are left to snowball out of control and destroy an enterprise.
Discover how to take leadership from the Mission Control Room to the boardroom, and achieve this out-of-this-world leadership environment in your team.
Hard-won lessons for business executives and leaders who want to learn from the best team on the planet. This book, like its author, is one-of-a kind.
Former NASA flight director Paul Sean Hill tells the true story of the game-changing transformation of Mission Control's senior leadership team. Hill's candor and intensity makes this a fascinating read for every leader!
This is an arresting work. No leader or manager can fail to benefit from the lessons captured here.
This engaging book tells the story of how NASA's renowned Mission Control evolved into an extraordinary team that directed many of the world's greatest technical triumphs. Leaders from every organization will benefit from these vital lessons.
Filled with fascinating insights, every leader will find parallels to their own organization. A must-have for anyone leading a high-performance team and an invaluable addition to any business library.