The Human Element: The Army’s Competitive Advantage in the Age of Innovation

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Innovation has become a buzzword almost to the point of cliché inside the U.S. Army. One need only to scan a few of the articles on this website to find a range of opinions, even contradictory ones, about innovation. The arguments include how defense innovation is falling shorthow to fix ithow innovation is not actually the problemhow the U.S. military should innovate like insurgents, and how best to lead innovation

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