What NASA Can Teach Us About Government's Innovation Potential
The government doesn’t need “nongovernment culture” to improve cybersecurity. What it needs is to recruit a workforce with a long-term vision of service and innovators driven not by the prospect of living a life of success but of living a life of meaning.
Despite Naysayers, Corporate Innovation Is Thriving In The U.S.
While well-intentioned and interesting, that sort of narrowly focused news coverage gives the impression that innovation is a phenomenon reserved for tech-centric unicorns whose business models (and profits) may not be obvious to casual observers.
Why China is beating the U.S. at innovation
While the United States is still at the top in total investment in research and development -- spending $500 billion in 2015 -- a new Boston Consulting G
Electric Innovations Drive Tesla to Top of U.S. Auto Industry
The news that Tesla’s market value topped that of GM this week means that for the first time in the automobile era, America’s most valuable car maker is not based in Detroit.
US Undermining Patents, Innovation - Meanwhile, China Gains Ground
Unfortunately, recent data shows that we are losing ground when it comes to the protection of IP and patents - consequently, we are falling behind in the innovation race.
What's the future of defense innovation under Trump?
Speaking at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, former Department of Defense officials said it is still unclear what Trump's specific strategy is for Pentagon spending.
Trump taps Kushner to lead a SWAT team to fix government with business ideas
President Trump plans to unveil a new White House office on Monday with sweeping authority to overhaul the federal bureaucracy and fulfill key campaign promises - such as reforming care for veterans and fighting opioid addiction - by harvesting ideas from the business world and, potentially, priv
10 Least Innovative States In America
In 2016, the U.S. secured a No.
Competition from China reduced innovation in the US
This column examines the effects of Chinese import competition on another metric for the health of the US manufacturing sector - innovation.
What Will Replace the Third Offset? Lessons from Past Innovation Strategies
What the Third Offset and its predecessors have done well is identify the strategic imperative for securing a new competitive operational edge through technology. This signaling is critical. It can reassure our allies and deter our adversaries by demonstrating the reliability of future U.S.