Ep. 35 – How Innovation Happens in the Military, with Professor Stephen Rosen

September 28, 2017 00:45:48
Ep. 35 – How Innovation Happens in the Military, with Professor Stephen Rosen
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Ep. 35 – How Innovation Happens in the Military, with Professor Stephen Rosen
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Show Notes

How and why did the US Navy shift from battleships to aircraft carriers? What drove the US Army's adoption of helicopter aviation? In this episode, Harvard University's Professor Stephen Rosen tackles these and a range of other fascinating questions about innovation in the military.

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