An Interview with Johns Hopkins’ APL Engineer, Wendy Casker
Changing a customer’s mindset is often difficult. When a process is working well, we often resist changing the process, even if the change provides a better result. This is the “Good is the Enemy of Great” syndrome. My guest, Wendy Casker of Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory tells of us how she introduced a “better process” to her space customer.
Daniel Milks says
Just listened to this terrific interview with an old eighth grade classmate Wendy”Mcafee” Casker. I was thinking about her yesterday and decided to track my old friend down. I came across your interview and am not surprised at all with her success. I can still hear the joy in her voice as much today as all those years ago. I’m so proud of your accomplishments. It was perfect to hear your voice once again. Congratulations, I’m sure you are still the same caring angel you have always been. I tagged this interview to Stephen Foster, Lydia Carmichael as well. Great job!