Ep. 20 - "Championing Creativity" with Max Brooks

January 25, 2017 00:17:31
Ep. 20 - "Championing Creativity" with Max Brooks
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Ep. 20 - "Championing Creativity" with Max Brooks
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Show Notes

Max Brooks talks about how creativity can only succeed if someone takes up and works for new ideas. From Army doctrine to weapons development to organizational management, championing creativity has to happen to allow new ideas to grow and spread. We talk how that applies to the Army today and to the future of war.

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