Apollo 11 | HR lessons from the first-ever moon landing

HR lessons from the first-ever moon landing

50 years ago this week, humanity did something that was previously inconceivable; it breached the bubble of earth and sent men to the moon.

The achievement was the work of over 400,000 space and aeronautics experts, and a collaborative effort with in excess of 20,000 companies, yet as the world gathered around their TV screens from July 16th - 24th 1969, just three – now-iconic – faces represented the blood, sweat and collective tears of a decade of effort on behalf of the American people.

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