Hopewell Theater presents a live-recorded conversation and interactive discussion with co-authors Matt Kohut and Ed Hoffman about their new book, The Smart Mission: NASA’s Lessons for Managing Knowledge, People, and Projects.
Kohut and Hoffman will be selling and signing copies of their book after the program.
Choose the “Supper Club” ticket option to enjoy a chef-inspired dish prepared by RSC atelier. Details on the chef's choice dinner and dessert below. Please be advised there will be no substitutions for the meal. Meal includes coffee or tea and one complimentary water or soda per guest.
$55 for Supper Club tickets (floor tables only, includes Supper & Live Recorded Interview) - supper begins at 6:00pm
$15 for Book Discussion tickets (banquets and all other seating, includes Live Recorded Interview) - discussion starts at 7:00pm
Knowledge, learning, collaboration, teaming, and culture are intangibles, yet they are critical in any context that demands innovation or high performance.
Ed Hoffman, NASA's first Chief Knowledge Officer, and Matt Kohut, an expert in communication, will share key insights from The Smart Mission: NASA’s Lessons for Knowledge, People, and Projects (MIT Press) in an interactive discussion that focuses on practical approaches to harnessing these intangibles for mission success
Supper Club begins at 6:00pm. The live recorded interview begins at 7:00pm.
Experience our Supper Club menu, prepared by RSC atelier:
There will be a vegetarian option available for purchase, to be announced. Meal includes coffee or tea and one complimentary water or soda per guest.
Formerly the Rosemont Supper Club, RSC atelier is headed by two local chefs with over forty years of combined experience in professional kitchens all over America. RSC atelier takes pride in sourcing as much local product as possible, cooking memorable food, and providing new ideas and techniques to a receptive and adventurous clientele.