Mission Control Management by Paul Sean Hill audiobook

Mission Control Management: The Principles of High Performance and Perfect Decision-Making Learned from Leading at NASA

By Paul Sean Hill
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Failure is always an option . . . For more than fifty years, NASA's Mission Control has been known for two things: perfect decision making in extreme situations and producing generations of steely-eyed missile men and women who continue that tradition. A key to that legacy of brilliant performance is a particular brand of leadership, especially at the working level in Mission Control. Take the ultimate insider's look at the leadership values and culture that created the best team on this planet. Paul Sean Hill was responsible for NASA's Mission Operations support for manned space flight from 2007–2011. In this candid book he shows that the secret to Mission Control's success has never been rocket science and that the real practice of perfect decision making can be applied to any organisation or team. By demonstrating how his Mission Control team nurtured a culture which has delivered impossible wins for decades, Hill provides a guide for all leaders to boost their company's performance at all levels. 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 your boardroom and beyond, and achieve this out-of-this-world leadership environment in your team.

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Failure is always an option . . .

For more than fifty years, NASA's Mission Control has been known for two things: perfect decision making in extreme situations and producing generations of steely-eyed missile men and women who continue that tradition. A key to that legacy of brilliant performance is a particular brand of leadership, especially at the working level in Mission Control.

Take the ultimate insider's look at the leadership values and culture that created the best team on this planet. Paul Sean Hill was responsible for NASA's Mission Operations support for manned space flight from 2007–2011. In this candid book he shows that the secret to Mission Control's success has never been rocket science and that the real practice of perfect decision making can be applied to any organisation or team. By demonstrating how his Mission Control team nurtured a culture which has delivered impossible wins for decades, Hill provides a guide for all leaders to boost their company's performance at all levels.

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 your boardroom and beyond, and achieve this out-of-this-world leadership environment in your team.

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Author Bio: Paul Sean Hill

Author Bio: Paul Sean Hill

Paul Sean Hill is a leadership evangelist-an executive consultant and speaker whose candor and passion have inspired leaders across many industries. He spent twenty-five years in NASA’s iconic Mission Control, learning and living the values he now evangelizes. As Director of Mission Operations from 2007- 2014, he is credited with revolutionizing the leadership culture, dramatically reducing costs, and increasing capability, while still conducting missions in space. Before NASA, he was a U.S. Air Force satellite operations officer and an aerospace engineer from Texas A&M University.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Nonfiction/Business & Economics
Runtime: 8.56
Audience: Adult
Language: English