Gunner’s Mate 2nd Class Garrett Osborne and Quartermaster Seaman Yasmin Wild signal Landing Craft Air Cushion 59 off the beach after delivering the last load of the day during Exercise Pacific Horizon 2015.
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The Misconception About Innovation In The Military
Despite the view that military bureaucracies can’t change, service members have a long history of being innovative, especially when stakes are highest.
The U.S. Air Force Academy Class of 2013 marches into Falcon Stadium for graduation in Colorado Springs, Colorado, on May 29, 2013.
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The Military Needs To Promote Innovation From Within, Not Import It From The Private Sector
If the Pentagon wants to truly focus on innovation and disruption, then it needs to promote an entrepreneurial mindset among its future leaders.
Gunner’s Mate 2nd Class Garrett Osborne and Quartermaster Seaman Yasmin Wild signal Landing Craft Air Cushion 59 off the beach after delivering the last load of the day during Exercise Pacific Horizon 2015.
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A Modern Military Needs To Embrace Modern Standards Of Innovation
As the DoD embraces “Innovation!” it would do well to find ways to rely less upon widgets and instead build up the human capital that can adapt to changing realities.