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The Titans of Saturn: Leadership and Performance Lessons from the Cassini-Huygens Mission


The Titans of Saturn: Leadership and Performance Lessons from the Cassini-Huygens Mission



This story behind the brilliant success of the Cassini-Huygens mission to the planet Saturn and its moon Titan details a monumental achievement that took scientists, engineers and government agencies from eighteen countries over 25 years to accomplish. The book tells it like it was and offers profound meaning not only for those interested in planetary exploration, but in general for all global leaders and professionals in business and government. The authors present this extraordinary feat of cross-cultural teamwork through the lens of paradoxical logic, demonstrating how a group of highly diverse people can excel globally if inspired by a unifying super ordinate goal and by discovering how success can be attained though the unity of diversity (be it disciplinary or cultural). Titans of Saturn is full of paradoxes: we travel to the far end of the solar system to discover new truths about ourselves. By reaching for the stars, cross-disciplinary and global teams can transform themselves and shape their own culture. The authors draw several important lessons of importance to dealing with the complexity of any large international or multi-disciplinary undertaking.










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Cinderella's Castle at night




Cinderella's Castle at night





Magic Kingdom in Orlando Florida 3-19-09

It has often been said that the true essence of Disney magic can be experienced simply by stepping foot inside the Magic Kingdom. Opened in 1971, the venerable theme park has withstood more than three decades of changing cultures, a constantly shifting social climate, and an explosion of technology that has left lesser places outdated and obsolete. Yet, somehow, the Magic Kingdom continues to remain the undisputed king of Theme Parks, drawing more yearly visitors than any other.

How the Magic Kingdom has managed to maintain its charm and appeal over the years is a lesson in simplicity. It has stayed true to its original vision, a place where families could gather in a clean and safe environment to enjoy the time they spend together. No trip to Disney World is complete without visiting the Magic Kingdom. For veteran visitors to Walt Disney World, visiting the Magic Kingdom is like visiting an old friend. To first time visitors, they find themselves quickly, and almost helplessly, transported back to their childhood.

The Magic Kingdom is divided into five distinct areas (lands), arranged in a spoke-like formation, all meeting at the top of Main Street USA right in front of Cinderella Castle. The five lands consist of Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Frontierland, Liberty Square and Adventureland. Each land is themed to its appropriate title and maintaining that theme is paramount to the parks operation. A vast network of underground tunnels connect all sections of the Magic Kingdom, thus preventing guests from seeing any of the necessary "behind the scenes" operations, and preventing cast members from one land from having to walk through another. Well, that was the original idea anyway - recent changes to park policy now allow cast members to walk freely through the park in whatever outfit they happen to be wearing.

The Magic Kingdom contains some real "don't miss" attractions, depending on what age bracket you fall in. One of this parks strengths is the cross-generational appeal of many of it's better attractions. Splash Mountain is a good example. It's not unusual to see three generations of family members riding together. Other favorites like Pirates of the Caribbean, Jungle Cruise, and Haunted Mansion offer similar appeal to a wide range of visitors.

Space Mountain, while dated, is still one of the best attractions at the Magic Kingdom. It is rumored that Space Mountain will soon go down for an extensive "update", and will likely be down for quite some time (the Disneyland counterpart was down for more than two years). I sest you experience this attraction while you can - this is one of the last classics at WDW to remain undisturbed for many years. I trust the new version will be great, but I'll miss the old version just the same.

Most spectacular of all Disney's parks are the parades and fireworks displayed at the Magic Kingdom in Orlando. Most notably, the current combo of the "Wishes" fireworks show, and the perennial nighttime favorite, Spectromagic. If these two performances don't impress you, then you're already dead and no one's bothered to tell you.

From a touring perspective, the Magic Kingdom can present some real challenges for those who want to experience the "magic" and not wait 90 minutes on each attraction to do so. As our site visitors have learned over the years, a good plan is probably the single most important tool you can use to get the most from your vacation. Especially if you plan to visit the Magic Kingdom during peak times, I strongly recommend TourGuideMike's online itinerary planner. It's well worth the investment to get the benefit of Mike's years of research.

Magic Kingdom Rides and Attractions

Ride Length

Ariel's Grotto
Astro Orbiter
The Barnstormer at Goofy's Wiseacre Farm
Big Thunder Mountain
Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin
Carousel of Progress
Cinderella's Golden Carousel
Country Bear Jamboree
Donald's Boat
Dream Along with Mickey
Dumbo the Flying Elephant
Enchanted Tiki Room
Hall of Presidents
The Haunted Mansion
It's a Small World
Jungle Cruise
The Laugh Floor Comedy Club New
Liberty Square Riverboat
Mad Tea Party
Main Street Family Fun Day Parade
The Magic Carpets of Aladdin
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
Mickey's Country House
Mickey's Philharmagic
Minnie's Country House
Peter Pan's Flight
Pinocchio's Marionette Garden Party till April 3, 2009.
Pirates of the Caribbean
Pooh's Playful Spot
Royal Court Academy
Snow Whites Scary Adventures
Space Mountain
Splash Mountain
Stitch's Great Escape!
Swiss Family Treehouse
The Timekeeper
Tom Sawyer Island
Tomorrowland Speedway
Tomorrowland Transit Authority
Toontown Hall of Fame
Woody's Cowboy Camp












Cinderella's Castle




Cinderella's Castle





Magic Kingdom in Orlando Florida 3-19-09

It has often been said that the true essence of Disney magic can be experienced simply by stepping foot inside the Magic Kingdom. Opened in 1971, the venerable theme park has withstood more than three decades of changing cultures, a constantly shifting social climate, and an explosion of technology that has left lesser places outdated and obsolete. Yet, somehow, the Magic Kingdom continues to remain the undisputed king of Theme Parks, drawing more yearly visitors than any other.

How the Magic Kingdom has managed to maintain its charm and appeal over the years is a lesson in simplicity. It has stayed true to its original vision, a place where families could gather in a clean and safe environment to enjoy the time they spend together. No trip to Disney World is complete without visiting the Magic Kingdom. For veteran visitors to Walt Disney World, visiting the Magic Kingdom is like visiting an old friend. To first time visitors, they find themselves quickly, and almost helplessly, transported back to their childhood.

The Magic Kingdom is divided into five distinct areas (lands), arranged in a spoke-like formation, all meeting at the top of Main Street USA right in front of Cinderella Castle. The five lands consist of Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Frontierland, Liberty Square and Adventureland. Each land is themed to its appropriate title and maintaining that theme is paramount to the parks operation. A vast network of underground tunnels connect all sections of the Magic Kingdom, thus preventing guests from seeing any of the necessary "behind the scenes" operations, and preventing cast members from one land from having to walk through another. Well, that was the original idea anyway - recent changes to park policy now allow cast members to walk freely through the park in whatever outfit they happen to be wearing.

The Magic Kingdom contains some real "don't miss" attractions, depending on what age bracket you fall in. One of this parks strengths is the cross-generational appeal of many of it's better attractions. Splash Mountain is a good example. It's not unusual to see three generations of family members riding together. Other favorites like Pirates of the Caribbean, Jungle Cruise, and Haunted Mansion offer similar appeal to a wide range of visitors.

Space Mountain, while dated, is still one of the best attractions at the Magic Kingdom. It is rumored that Space Mountain will soon go down for an extensive "update", and will likely be down for quite some time (the Disneyland counterpart was down for more than two years). I sest you experience this attraction while you can - this is one of the last classics at WDW to remain undisturbed for many years. I trust the new version will be great, but I'll miss the old version just the same.

Most spectacular of all Disney's parks are the parades and fireworks displayed at the Magic Kingdom in Orlando. Most notably, the current combo of the "Wishes" fireworks show, and the perennial nighttime favorite, Spectromagic. If these two performances don't impress you, then you're already dead and no one's bothered to tell you.

From a touring perspective, the Magic Kingdom can present some real challenges for those who want to experience the "magic" and not wait 90 minutes on each attraction to do so. As our site visitors have learned over the years, a good plan is probably the single most important tool you can use to get the most from your vacation. Especially if you plan to visit the Magic Kingdom during peak times, I strongly recommend TourGuideMike's online itinerary planner. It's well worth the investment to get the benefit of Mike's years of research.

Magic Kingdom Rides and Attractions

Ariel's Grotto
Astro Orbiter
The Barnstormer at Goofy's Wiseacre Farm
Big Thunder Mountain
Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin
Carousel of Progress
Cinderella's Golden Carousel
Country Bear Jamboree
Donald's Boat
Dream Along with Mickey
Dumbo the Flying Elephant
Enchanted Tiki Room
Hall of Presidents
The Haunted Mansion
It's a Small World
Jungle Cruise
The Laugh Floor Comedy Club New
Liberty Square Riverboat
Mad Tea Party
Main Street Family Fun Day Parade
The Magic Carpets of Aladdin
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
Mickey's Country House
Mickey's Philharmagic
Minnie's Country House
Peter Pan's Flight
Pinocchio's Marionette Garden Party till April 3, 2009.
Pirates of the Caribbean
Pooh's Playful Spot
Royal Court Academy
Snow Whites Scary Adventures
Space Mountain
Splash Mountain
Stitch's Great Escape!
Swiss Family Treehouse
The Timekeeper
Tom Sawyer Island
Tomorrowland Speedway
Tomorrowland Transit Authority
Toontown Hall of Fame
Woody's Cowboy Camp










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Electric Paper Plane Launcher Kit






Product Description Electricity Science Kit: Electric Paper Plane Launcher. Your paper airplanes will be flying through the air with this fun launcher. Ready for take off! This do-it-yourself science kit contains everything you need to learn how spinning motors and plastic discs are used to launch a paper plane at up to 31 mph (50 km/h). Includes components for assembling the launcher and detailed instructions. Requires 2 AA batteries, not included. Ages 5 & up. Adult supervision recommended.










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