Making Risky Decisions

NASA Strategic Management Council Meeting: Who Decides About Taking On Risk?

"Griffin sees no institutional element as having veto power; he is not willing to cede the authority of the administrator to any single organization or manager. He does not want to put the Agency is the position where it can be brought to a halt by a single manager whose risk tolerance is out of bounds with the rest of the leadership. Griffin is not limiting the question to astronauts. He posed the question: how does NASA decide whether an activity will or will not be authorized?"

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This page contains a single entry by Keith Cowing published on February 9, 2007 12:07 AM.

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