What the surface of the moon can teach us about leadership in the Covid era – Andrew Pollard
In the mid-1960s, NASA’s jet propulsion laboratory was designing an unmanned moon rover that would carry out survey work ahead of the first moon landing. The project was led by scientist Phyllis Buwalda, who had been homeschooled on a ranch in Colorado and had a tough, practical intellect. Her team came to her with a problem.
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