February 27, 2022
For the past ten years, much like corporations, ministries of defense (MoDs) have reported innovation as one of their top priorities, citing it as a key driver of geopolitical standing and operational advantage. Typically, this prioritization manifests in the ministries’ pursuit of several innovation best practices, including Silicon Valley “learning tours”, high-profile partnerships with brand-name companies and universities, reorganized innovation offices and investment hubs, and newly appointed chief innovation roles and officers.
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