Shift Happens

There is a great video called “Shift Happens” that I would highly recommend. Even though there are advocates and critics on both sides of this video, it brings up some excellent points about how the environment is changing around us and encourages one to consider what we are doing to prepare for the shift. During the spring of 2008, quite a bit of activity had occurred that hint at a shift in the JSC community towards the Center Directors Vision. It has been exciting in so many arenas that I’m reminded of the line from the movie Princess Bride, where Mandy Patinkin tries to sum up the events that have transpired, “Let me ‘splain…. No, there is too much. Let me sum up.” So, to sum up…

Back in May JSC had its first Vision Forum aimed at getting a broad spectrum of opinions on a JSC 20 year vision and the associated set of tactics that Mike Coats had requested from a team of Next Gen’ers. The JSC 20 year vision was to capture that Generations perspective on the JSC environment as it supported the Agency’s strategic goals when they became Directors and Program Managers.  The Vision forum was attended by a great mix of generations, disciplines and organizations. We received a great deal of feedback with two overriding themes that captured the general mood of the event. First, everyone agreed with the attributes captured in the JSC 20 Year Vision and secondly, everyone wanted to know how they could be more involved in the activities to move the center forward. It was energizing to see the enthusiasm and interest from so many wanting to help steer the future direction of the Johnson Space Center.

During the first week of June the JSC 20 year vision was presented to the JSC Leadership team. Not only was it well received but we discovered activities being conducted in each of the directorates that are moving the Center towards a more open, collaborative, innovative, integrated organization. We also discovered there was a great deal of synergy between the 20 year vision tactics and a set of engagement teams that Mike Coats’ Innovation Council was considering deploying. Also, there was a great deal of overlap between the vision and the focus of the Innovation and Inclusion Council. The focus of this council is to continue to grow an environment of open mindedness, inclusion and innovation.

At the end of June, the Innovation Council, JSC 20 year vision and a set of initiatives from JSC’s Joint Leadership Team were merged and presented to the JSC Joint Leadership Team. The resulting recommendation was the formation of seven engagement teams to identify activities to address various aspects of the JSC community. These focus of the seven teams are as follows: Information Technology; Recruiting/Ultimate Employee Experience; Mentoring; Work/Life Fit; Awards and Recognition; Barrier Analysis and the Communication Teams. An exciting shift is happening at JSC.  My question this week is what can be done across the Agency to encourage a shift across all NASA centers?

Sharing the Vision,
Steven Gonzalez, Deputy, Advanced Planning Office

291 thoughts on “Shift Happens”

  1. Very interesting video. The part where ” students are trained for jobs that dont exist so far, in order to solve problems we dont even know are problems yet ” stumbled me. And come to think of it, it is very much true . It gives me some sort of spookie feeling though. Maybe I will be able to take part in those future moments… or NOT.
    Lets hope I and many others will though .
    Best regards,

  2. Steve, it doesn’t matter.
    As long as NASA is subject to the whims of whomever is occupying the White House at any given time, “long range” is equal to no more than eight years.
    The only reason Armstrong walked on the Moon was that two consecutive presidents had the notion to complete what Kennedy began. If Nixon had pulled the plug based upon his loss to Kennedy in 1960, Apollo would’ve ended after those stunning Christmas Eve videos.

    In my perfect world, NASA would be able to choose its own direction based solely upon scientific concerns; the administrator would give Congress a yearly report on goals, discoveries, and progress, and serious multigenerational achievements could be reached.

    If the Egyptians attempted to construct the Pyramids with NASA’s process, not only would they never have been completed, but they never would have lasted as long as they have.

  3. In my experience of organizational change, best results have been achieved by running organizational change as a competition. May sound ridiculous but it's very powerful.

    Create teams and assign each team with a “change initiative”. Where possible try and mix each team with persons from different divisions so as to simultaneously build on organizational culture.

    As most belong to multiple projects or strategic teams, the difficulty is getting employee “buy-in” to belong to yet another team. That's where an incentive is essential.

    One idea is to host an end of year event / show that presents all the teams efforts – ie the “Change Grammies'. All employees get dressed up like the Grammies and present their organizational change initiatives. All employees then vote at the end of the night as to which group achieved the greatest impact. The winning team is provided with a reward (ie an outdoor adventure or something out of the square).

    Knowing their efforts will be presented at a large show in front of a large audience is in itself an incentive to 'make things happen' and also creates a bit of frenzy / excitement company wide as people start to talk about what they're doing.

    The progress of each of the teams should be mapped quarterly so that interest is generated across the organization and after the event, the results and team achievements promoted company wide. Using humor to report progress throughout the year and humor in the end of year presentations will help make the event a huge success.

  4. Question…. We have built several space shuttles. Why cant we leave one attached to the space Shuttle for a Possible escape incase the space station has a emergency? Catch a ride back with the soviets when they return.Nasa is going to scrub shuttle missions in the near future why turn the retired shuttle into one expensive lawn Jockey. I’m sure in outer space the shuttle can still serve a purpose for many years to come as a safety feature to the space station. Plus you would save tax payers Money.

    Brian NH

  5. Why cant the shuttle pick up the Hubble and locate it near by the Space station? It seems to need repair alot…. All future Fixes could be done with a cheap Space walk.

    Brian NH

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  8. Watched your video, ISN’T LIFE JUST BRILLIANT! Are we living in exciting times or what? I worked at the original particle accellerator at Lucerne (now replaced by CERN – yes I’m old!) I thought that this was IT, and it was – then. It had to be removed to make way for the new Hadron Collider and THIS IS IT! isn’t it? Exponential ia a much used but little appreciated word I just want to stay alive as long as I can just because “Shift Happens” Our 15 yr. old twins will find out what sort of Shift we’ve left them in, as will their generation!
    Thanks.
    Peter

  9. The best strategy is to think in the long term, past a 20-year vision. Dave H. below said it best-unhook NASA from politics and make it a scientific organization with independent funding. What would NASA do if there were a 2,000 year vision?

  10. With regard to Brians comments, I've often wondered about this myself.

    After my visit to Kennedy Space Center I always wondered why there couldn't also be a second shuttle on standby ready to go in emergencies.

    I'm sure it would make those going into space feel much safer knowing there was at least the possibility of backup should a problem occur.

    After all there is more than one shuttle .. I'm sure there's a good reason why this doesn't happen and I'm just ignorant to the facts.

    Just my 2 cents … aka

  11. The Shift Happens video is just great. Alongside 'What the Bleep do you know', its one of my favourites. Have any of you seen the new film the “Leap” which looks like it deal with similar material? I am looking forward to seeing that also.

    Derreck, Manager for

  12. I didn't realise technology was moving on at such a rapid pace I knew pc technology was but thought it was just moors law. Ray Kurzweil and Kevin Warwick have some interesting views regarding what will happen when technology can think for themselves but that's another story. Its very exciting how fast space exploration is evolving and enjoyed the video very much.

  13. I'm sure it would make those going into space feel much safer knowing there was at least the possibility of backup should a problem occur.

  14. That's a great video on globalization – and about how China and India are potentially the next super powers. The statistics in this video are really amazing. I like the quote “we are preparing for jobs that don't exist yet to solve the problems that don't exist yet.” \

  15. This is an amazing video especially what you say here “During the first week of June the JSC 20 year vision was presented to the JSC Leadership team. Not only was it well received but we discovered activities being conducted in each of the directorates that are moving the Center towards a more open, collaborative, innovative, integrated organization. We also discovered there was a great deal of synergy between the 20 year vision tactics and a set of engagement teams that Mike Coats' Innovation Council was considering deploying.”

  16. If the shift is good, the team should have been more efficient they they used to. That happens in daily life. Things will never stay the save for a permanent time.

  17. This is a great wakeup call and the video clearly shows a few certain truths. I think it is good to want to be visionary so heads up for posting this. We need more of you guys.

  18. Not only was it well received but we discovered activities being conducted in each of the directorates that are moving the Center towards a more open, collaborative, innovative, integrated organization.
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  19. Congress a yearly report on goals, discoveries, and progress, and serious multigenerational achievements could be reached.

  20. This is a very useful information for students who study in colleges and universities and who are engaged in Astronomy.
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  21. I cannot imagaine what I will do when “shift happens”.
    There's too much talking and too many decisions to make. Who to listen to and what to do.
    I guess it's good to know what both side's argument is so I will some idea closer to the time.
    I am going to youtube the video now~!
    Thanks for sharing!

  22. There was a great deal of overlap between the vision and the focus of the Innovation and Inclusion Council. The focus of this council is to continue to grow an environment of open mindedness, inclusion and innovation.

  23. 2008 indeed is a shift..
    so many disasters happened here
    they all say it's nature, we can't control it
    but actually it's us who had made environment like this..everything has causes..
    the vedio is quite impressive . arguments is the best way to understand things.

  24. As long as NASA is subject to the whims of whomever is occupying the White House at any given time, “long range” is equal to no more than eight years.
    The only reason Armstrong walked on the Moon was that two consecutive presidents had the notion to complete what Kennedy began. If Nixon had pulled the plug based upon his loss to Kennedy in 1960, Apollo would’ve ended after those stunning Christmas Eve videos.

    In my perfect world, NASA would be able to choose its own direction based solely upon scientific concerns; the administrator would give Congress a yearly report on goals, discoveries, and progress, and serious multigenerational achievements could be reached.

    If the Egyptians attempted to construct the Pyramids with NASA’s process, not only would they never have been completed, but they never would have lasted as long as they have.

  25. I loved this piece. It made me feel relaxed and like I was with friends. Hope all is well at nasa. Thanks.

  26. Really I liked this video and NASA is my dream space agency.Kalpana Chawla is my ideal who was the great employee of NASA.
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  27. Sounds like a great video to watch
    I do like the fact that it has critics on both sides because this way bias are minimised
    I have saved the page on youtube where the video is and will watch it soon
    Thanks
    ella-

  28. wow…
    Great video!
    you don't find video like this that actually encourages people to think positively and do good anymore!

    might help as well in the process of “shifting”.

  29. If only everything can be as environmentally friendly as the game~ no paper, no polution~

    I have been teaching those around me to be aware of the “shift” you mention here~ but, I don't think I can really get through to them until something really starts to happen!!

  30. It's glad to see you are making all of us aware of the “shift”.
    If I didnt pop in today to visit this blog, I will never care about the “shift”. are making changes too which will be interesting!

  31. What interest me in the video was the part where students are trained for jobs that dont exist so far, in order to solve problems we dont even know are problems yet!!
    How amazing are we human??
    This is definitely a “shift” that needs EVERYONE's involvment.
    Even small things like would be “futuristic”.

  32. Great video!! totally enjoyed it! Learnt alot too
    I think this belongs to the department where we can all sit and watch the video and talk about our thoughts afterward!!

  33. As long as NASA is subject to the whims of whomever is occupying the White House at any given time, “long range” is equal to no more than eight years.
    The only reason Armstrong walked on the Moon was that two consecutive presidents had the notion to complete what Kennedy began. If Nixon had pulled the plug based upon his loss to Kennedy in 1960, Apollo would’ve ended after those stunning Christmas Eve videos.

    In my perfect world, NASA would be able to choose its own direction based solely upon scientific concerns; the administrator would give Congress a yearly report on goals, discoveries, and progress, and serious multigenerational achievements could be reached.

  34. Everyone must watch this video! it certainly brings up some excellent points about how our environment is changing around us and encourages everyone to consider what we are doing to prepare for the shift (or lack of it in my opinion). Must watch.
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  35. Awesome video, was surely worth the watch. I guess the environment around us is changing at such a rapid pace and the ignorance of the people is just making things worse. NGOs are trying heir best but with a very negligible effect. Its really sad to see the earth dying in front of us and we being helpless.
    Regards,
    Syd from and

  36. This video is truly awesome and after watching this i am also encouraged. In fact, i recommended the video to my family and colleagues. Truly awesome and i will be visiting this site in future also.
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  37. As long as NASA is subject to the whims of whomever is occupying the White House at any given time, “long range” is equal to no more than eight years.
    The only reason Armstrong walked on the Moon was that two consecutive presidents had the notion to complete what Kennedy began. If Nixon had pulled the plug based upon his loss to Kennedy in 1960, Apollo would’ve ended after those stunning Christmas Eve videos.

    From,

    Jason

  38. This is an amazing video especially what you say here “During the first week of June the JSC 20 year vision was presented to the JSC Leadership team. Not only was it well received but we discovered activities being conducted in each of the directorates that are moving the Center towards a more open, collaborative, innovative, integrated organization. We also discovered there was a great deal of synergy between the 20 year vision tactics and a set of engagement teams that Mike Coats' Innovation Council was considering deploying.”

  39. Shift Happens is a very interesting video. The only constant is change and preparing for it is difficult. The thing is that it is really, really, difficult to figure out how the future will play out in 20 years or even 10. There are just so many factors that come into play.

    None the less, I think it is important to have a plan and then to continually update and adjust as new information becomes available.

  40. That was a pretty good video that I liked a lot. I would definitely recommended any to see it if they get a chance to do it!

  41. Nothing stays the same, this is what I get from the video. Really great to watch this. It reminds me of one of my spiritual courses. | |

  42. difficult to figure out how the future will play out in 20 years or even 10. There are just so many factors that come into play.
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  43. I heard about this video “Shift Happens”. In that film Sabrina is scared stiff to interview a hip hop diva (Da Brat) with a nasty reputation, but her spell to make the superstar more harmonious backfires and the girls end up swapping personalities.

  44. What is even more important than having a 20 year vision is having a 20 year guaranteed funding period. At the moment NASA have to begin a project and then push the whole time for funding to be continued. Gone are the days of unlimited funding. NASA now have to do things on the cheap, produce results and give the gov. reason to continue. Giving a reason for space research is not always easy. It is the unknown we are trying to find.

  45. Question…. We have built several space shuttles. Why cant we leave one attached to the space Shuttle for a Possible escape incase the space station has a emergency? Catch a ride back with the soviets when they return.Nasa is going to scrub shuttle missions in the near future why turn the retired shuttle into one expensive lawn Jockey. I'm sure in outer space the shuttle can still serve a purpose for many years to come as a safety feature to the space station. Plus you would save tax payers Money.

  46. It's good to have a vision as some sort of guideline. Without that, it's just like a log flowing on the river – just go with the flow and that's just bad.
    Julia – consultant

  47. Wow really cool to find out some stuff like this from the guys at Nasa.

    It sounds like you guys have a great time at your work. I wish i could say my work was the same.

    Keep it up.

    John

  48. Amazing Vid. A must watch for all. Well i've shared this on some social bookmarks. Every1 deserves to know what's happening around us.
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  49. Great video, highly recommended.
    With new generations will move in the right direction and innovation will reach heights never seen.

  50. The idea that one nation can be considered a superpower is antiquated. This isn't 1950.

    The standard of living in the United States and most first world countries will fall as the standard of living in China rises. Eventually, all nations will be on an even playing field. A person born in China will be no better off than a person born in the United States. Asia is not going to take over.

  51. I thought Nasa was partnering with Russia in some way to concentrate on the spacestation again? Or were failiures in the past too expensive?

    I know the shift is supposed to be positive, and I am all for Nasa, in fact, I would love to be a member of the team, but I think the recession will prove difficult, especially with a reduction in funding.

    Also, I think Tallboy did a similar

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  53. This is one video that is a “Must watch”. I was skeptical when my colleague mentioned about the initiative as it was too good to be true, but after having watched this and knowing that it comes from the deputy of advanced planning office.. I'm comfortable sharing the vision with all my colleagues.

    Jennifer,
    Global Education Consultant

  54. Although I am in full support fo the efforts and planning involved I do feel that as always this will be countered by finacial restraints, particularly in the current econmical climate.

    John Taylor

  55. The video has certainly answered some of the questions I had in my mind. I tend to be very cynical by nature but want to try and learn as much as I can about NASA and space so that I can make correct decisions.

  56. The point of the video is scary. Sooner or later we will be replaced and be taken over by the technology.
    The emerging development of technology is very helpful today since it is very helpful to us.
    We must remember that we should use everything in moderation. And as of the shift that may happen, I guess more people are still unaware that it is starting to happen right now. Let’s just pray that shift that may happen will not worsen our situation today.

  57. Why cant the shuttle pick up the Hubble and locate it near by the Space station?

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  58. NGOs are trying heir best but with a very negligible effect. Its really sad to see the earth dying in front of us and we being helpless.

  59. NASA has produced such fantastic benefits for mankind. I hope the governments realise this and continue funding for new and interesting research projects.

  60. Nasa rocks! we should create more such institutions like NASA that can spearhead initiatives and make it public 😉

  61. Nasa movies are fine . because the space issues all happen we can easily watch due to the NASA but i like to join it ,

  62. It seems that the JSC community has no shortage of very enthusiastic people! Though, from the heading, I thought that the post was about some shift in the plates of the earth! Funny! But I get a general feel about the whole different communities, and it seems very interesting!
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  63. Those kinds of videos like “Shift Happens” needed in our time to enlighten some of the people what are happening in our environment.

  64. NASA has always been doing things for the goodness of the earth. They are researching very hard to deliver new informations about the environment..

  65. Thanks for taking the time to discuss this, I feel strongly about it and love learning more on this topic. If possible, as you gain expertise, would you mind updating your blog with more information? It is extremely helpful and beneficial to your readers.



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  67. In my experience of organizational change, best results have been achieved by running organizational change as a competition. May sound ridiculous but it's very powerful.

    Create teams and assign each team with a “change initiative”. Where possible try and mix each team with persons from different divisions so as to simultaneously build on organizational culture.

    As most belong to multiple projects or strategic teams, the difficulty is getting employee “buy-in” to belong to yet another team. That's where an incentive is essential.

    One idea is to host an end of year event / show that presents all the teams efforts – ie the “Change Grammies'. All employees get dressed up like the Grammies and present their organizational change initiatives. All employees then vote at the end of the night as to which group achieved the greatest impact. The winning team is provided with a reward (ie an outdoor adventure or something out of the square).

    Knowing their efforts will be presented at a large show in front of a large audience is in itself an incentive to 'make things happen' and also creates a bit of frenzy / excitement company wide as people start to talk about what they're doing.

  68. Incredible video. I really like the facts from them and I learnt quite a few 😉 I saw this also as a slide someone else but yeah very good video ^^

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  69. Yes, I will give you vote on your video is 9 out of 10 point. And your article is very interesting to read.

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  71. The point of the video is scary. Sooner or later we will be replaced and be taken over by the technology.
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  72. Yeah this video just goes to show that the trend these days is one of impermanence. Not like the “good old days” when some one would work 1 or 2 jobs their entire life. Shifts are happening quickly.

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  75. Now- what I don't understand is why was there such an interest in space back then and there hasn't been too much since then. I mean, why don't we have any space launches anymore? Last thing I ever heard or read anything about space was maybe 3 or 4 months ago when they hit the moon with something and realized that there is frozen water there..

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  77. What an amazing video. I did not it could work that way. Thank you for sharing this valuable info with us.

  78. I always find it fascinating how the US went crazy for the space race in the 1960's yet everything has fizzled out now in terms of human exploration of the moon. Let's hope Patrick Moore at Sky at Night has a good reason to get excited again at some point.

  79. Finally, nothing stays the same after some times. You’ve got to sense the paradigm. It is interesting to keep the follow-up of this issue though.

  80. Nice post. This article is very much informative and knowledgeable. This is an exclusive data that I have never seen before. All the best.

  81. I go with the theory that what we're experiencing is part of the earths natural shift in climate.

    We should be investing in weather prediction systems that are more accurate so that when weather changes we can know about as soon as possible and save more lives.

    BTW: Love the title 🙂

  82. Hi,
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  83. I am delighted to find many useful information here in the post, thanks for sharing another great post…

  84. First thing I ever heard or read anything about space was the moon landing and now I see that everything is shifting. Hey what is there to do but to imagine.

  85. From what is feasible for living to what is not. The world, the climate, and people as well change that fast.

  86. I always find it fascinating how the US went crazy for the space race in the 1960’s yet everything has fizzled out now in terms of human exploration of the moon.

  87. Hi Steven,

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  88. It does not matter whether they realize the change or not. The fact, along with the supporting stats, are there.

  89. Showing enthusiasm can mean people are thrilled to do something adventurous rather than protecting.

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  91. well worth the read. thank you very much for taking the time to share with those who are starting on the subject. Greetings

  92. Good insight into how the innovation council and NASA centers works together but did it mentions how fitted come into the equation?

  93. In my experience of organizational change, best results have been achieved by running organizational change as a competition. May sound ridiculous but it's very powerful.

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  94. Yeah I agree it is quite an exciting shift happening at JSC. It will be interesting to see how long it takes for the Shift to occur across the board at all NASA Centers. Hopefully, more sooner than later. Time will tell I guess.

  95. Excellent video. nice work

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  97. would say that: 50% of this video was useless and 50% made no sense. I would rather watch the tomato in the blender video 10 times in a row then this.

  98. Yeah I agree it is quite an exciting shift happening at JSC. It will be interesting to see how long it takes for the Shift to occur across the board at all NASA Centers. Hopefully, more sooner than later. Time will tell I guess.

    Thanks in advance 🙂

  99. Hopefully watching this can make us realize about the ongoing paces. Life is dynamic. We have to follow the rules.

  100. We should be investing in weather prediction systems that are more accurate so that when weather changes we can know about as soon as possible and save more lives.

  101. Thanks for letting us know about the movie “Shift Happens”, I think we should all be aware that our enviroment is constantly changing and are directly effected by it.

  102. And in the near future, it is likely that more people will be working on the project. Good luck! Let's participate in our own community!

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  105. Yes, it is already time to move on and make new changes.. Life is dynamic. You go with it or you are left behind.

  106. NASA is always interesting me. The video is great to see. I see it many times. I wish there are more another “Johnson Space Centre”, to help make our environment get better. I really concern about the changing of our environment.

    Thanks for your info.

  107. Well, I have nothing to say actually. However, NASA always rocks by giving valuable information. Keep up your good work.

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  108. We might never feel enough until it is emergency time. That is people's tendency to act only when it is urgent, lol!

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  111. I think people should just wake up to reality. Humans are motivated only by self interest, everything else is just pretending to please the herd. Nothing will change.

  112. Let’s wait some time until people have more awareness about the issues of climate change. It should not be too long from now..

  113. From what is feasible for living to what is not. The world, the climate, and people as well change that fast.

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  116. Hi there great piece again and a thank you to all the useful comments and peoples differing viewpoints. Looking forward to the next piece.

  117. Dear guys, That's an amazing video, we should all start protecting our environment before its too late.

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  119. i like the words as you said The Vision forum was attended by a great mix of generations, disciplines and organizations. Thanks for sharing

  120. Interesting article..With clock-like regularity, sudden reversals and pole shifts are natural to the Earth. The result is worldwide destruction..

  121. Loved the video. Its my kind of movie and it really highlights whats happening around us. I guess
    and elsewhere will never be the same again.

  122. Its going to happen , its only when that we now have the power to decide.

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  123. Very well put in your post “The Vision forum was attended by a great mix of generations, disciplines and organizations.” Thanks

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  125. This is really awesome. I was always interested in space. Im thinking of heading out to FL to check out the space center in May.

  126. It looks like a very promising project, good luck with your work and keep us all informed on its progress and how its use has benefited small community groups.

  127. These focus of the seven teams are as follows: Information Technology; Recruiting/Ultimate Employee Experience; Mentoring; Work/Life Fit; Awards and Recognition; Barrier Analysis and the Communication Teams. An exciting shift is happening at JSC. My question this week is what can be done across the Agency to encourage a shift across all NASA centers?

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  129. This is one video that is a “Must watch”. I was skeptical when my colleague mentioned about the initiative as it was too good to be true, but after having watched this and knowing that it comes from the deputy of advanced planning office.. I'm comfortable sharing the vision with all my colleagues.

  130. Loved the video / slideshow…always fascinated by population stats but not sure about the dodgy bagpipe soundtrack!

    JeffR

  131. Its amazing how face-paced the world really is nowadays. Everyone should be ready to keep up. New things are being discovered everyday, I remember tutoring my daughter in 3rd Grade Science about the 9 planets only to take back what I taught her the following school year with Pluto only being a dwarf planet now!

  132. I guess now we know what “Shift” means, LOL. Always have a thing for space programmes. I often like to blog about it on .

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  134. Wow, i'm overwhelmed by the video. Indeed we are living in exponential times!

    Terry .J. Naderson the expert

  135. Nice vid. I really like it. It looks like a very promising project, good luck with your work and keep us all informed on its progress and how its use has benefited small community groups.

  136. That was a wonderful video. It makes you realize how fast the world is changing. Shift do really happens!!!

    Rennell

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