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Innovating in a secret world : the future of national security and global leadership

Author: Tina P Srivastava
Publisher: [Lincoln] : Potomac Books, An imprint of the University of Nebraska Press, [2019]
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"Our national security increasingly depends on access to the most sophisticated and advanced technology. Yet the next time we set out to capture a terrorist leader, we may fail. Why? The answer lies in a conflict between two worlds. One is the dynamic, global, commercial world with its thriving innovations. The other is the world of national security, in which innovation is a matter of life or death. The conflict is  Read more...
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Srivastava, Tina P.
Innovating in a secret world.
Lincoln : Potomac Books, An imprint of the University of Nebraska Press, 2019
(DLC) 2018056227
(OCoLC)1078969841
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Tina P Srivastava
ISBN: 9781640122086 1640122087 9781640122109 1640122109
OCLC Number: 1099790883
Notes: Machine generated contents note: List of Figures List of Tables Acknowledgements About the Author 1. Maintaining a Technological Edge for National Security 2. The Emergence of Open Innovation The World of Secret U.S. Government R&D 4. Success and Failure in Secret U.S. Government Technology Innovation 5. Practical Consequences and Perverse Incentives 6. Secrecy vs. Open Innovation: The Challenge 7. Incentives for Innovation The Path to Long-Term Improvement.
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Contents: List of FiguresList of TablesAcknowledgementsAbout the AuthorCHAPTER 1. Maintaining a Technological Edge for National SecurityCHAPTER 2. The Emergence of Open InnovationCHAPTER 3. The World of Secret U.S. Government R&DCHAPTER 4. Success and Failure in Secret U.S. Government Technology InnovationCHAPTER 5. Practical Consequences and Perverse IncentivesCHAPTER 6. Secrecy vs. Open Innovation: The ChallengeCHAPTER 7. Incentives for InnovationCHAPTER 8. The Path to Long-Term ImprovementTable of Authorities <>BibliographyNotesIndex
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