Please note that this event is by invitation only prior to the 7 April and we reserve the right to wait list anyone bookng ad-hoc prior to this date.
Strategy is often thought of and designed in cycles of 1-3 years. Effective strategists however are able to balance and reconcile the demands of the big picture as it has evolved over decades, with pressing operational considerations; and long term trends with short and medium-term decisions. This session discusses NASA’s development and journey of change through the evolution of human exploration of space, with particular attention on the strategic challenges that have to be addressed when the external environment changes. These include accomplishing large-scale organizational change, developing competencies in new directions, dealing with vexing internal and external politics, and maintaining a viable position with challenging stakeholders.
We are delighted to welcome Steven A. González from NASA to provide his insights into how NASA continue to accomplish many great scientific and technological feats in air and space
18:00 Doors Open & Registration
18:30 Commencing with Drinks and refreshments
19:15 Speaker session and Q&A
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event? Yes all guests must bring photo ID
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The event is primarily designed for members of the Warwick community, although it is not exclusive to members of the Warwick community so please invite colleagues to attend as you feel appropriate.
Please note that you must bring Photo ID and allow an additional 10 minutes on arrival as part of the entry/registration process at the Shard which includes bag scanning.
Steven A. González, NASA
Mr. González serves as the Deputy of the Strategic Partnership Office at the NASA/Johnson Space Center (JSC), which is responsible for partnering with industry, academia and other government agencies in support of the long range strategy for the Johnson Space Center. He is also the NASA Executive Liaison at the Greater Houston Partnership. He has over 26 years of experience in the aerospace industry. Prior to this position, Mr. González was the NASA Executive Liaison at the Houston Technology Center (HTC) responsible for the aerospace sector. HTC assists Houston-based entrepreneurs advance the commercialization of their emerging technology companies within several key sectors: energy, information technology, life sciences, nanotechnology, and NASA/aerospace. Additionally Mr. González was the Deputy of the Advanced Planning Office, responsible for the 20 year strategy for the center. Early in his career, Mr. González also instructed the crew of the Space Shuttle Columbia STS-65 mission on the vehicle’s computer and navigation system. He has received numerous awards and was nominated as one of the 100 Most Important Hispanics in Technology and Business. He also received the NASA Exceptional Service Medal and the JSC Certificate of Commendation. He received his Masters of Science at Texas A&M University and his Bachelors at Boston University.teven A. González, Deputy, Strategic Partnership Office
Wednesday 25 May 2016, 18:00 - 21:00
024 765 51613