We add the above, Looking beyond the illusion, Looking beyond the “flat” Standard Model of Physics, to Marilyn’s 4 principles. As in real life, a larger viewing point changed our belief from a constricted flat earth concept to a round world. So too, in Physics’ Standard Model, the macro to micro Curve will be noted, whose radius is the quantity C, the velocity of light energy differential, whose significance we have yet to grasp. http://exploringenergyevolution.blogspot.com/
December 10, 2013 Posted on Linkedin
CEO and President at Lockheed Martin
I think about the past, present and future of the aerospace industry, I keep coming back to innovation as the common thread. And while we all know about the great innovations of the past, the crucial question to answer for tomorrow is: How do we inspire continued innovation into the future?
I recently had the honor of delivering the 44th Wings Club “Sight” Lecture – an annual address that examines “hindsights, insights and foresights” of the aerospace industry – and I thought I’d share the takeaways from that speech with you, along with four principles that I believe are necessary to inspire innovation at any company.
1. Create a Climate Where People Can Do Their Best Work
2. Embrace the Best Ideas Regardless of Where They Come From
3. Embark on Missions That Matter With a Vision That Inspires
4. Exemplify Strong Values
These four principles have inspired – and continue to inspire – innovation at Lockheed Martin. I’m convinced that they can spark innovation at any company. What’s your strategy for driving innovation at your company?