Technology, Innovation, and Modern War

Steve Blank

I’m teaching my first non-lean start up class in a decade at Stanford next week; Technology, Innovation and Modern War : Keeping America’s Edge in an Era of Great Power Competition. Each new generation of technology (spears, bows and arrows, guns, planes, etc.)

Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 1

Steve Blank

We just had our first week of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. If the past is a prologue, they’ll go off to senior roles in defense, policy and to the companies building new disruptive technologies. Technology to Weapons to Doctrine.

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Lessons for the New Administration – Technology, Innovation, and Modern War

Steve Blank

With 20+ guest speakers , including two Secretaries of Defense, Generals, Admirals and Policy makers, the class emphasized that winning future conflicts requires more than just adopting new technology and developing new weapon systems. These are not problems of technology.

Technology, Innovation, and Modern War  – Wrap Up

Steve Blank

The class emphasized that winning future conflicts requires more than just adopting new technology and developing new weapon systems. By the time we got to the end of the class we had a firehose of perspectives on technology, weapons, and policy. Technology Innovation and Modern War

Regaining America’s Technological Edge: Build a Civil-Military Alliance

Steve Blank

After hearing from 20+ guest speakers , including two Secretaries of Defense, Generals, Admirals and Policy makers in our Technology, Innovation and Modern War class – the direction of technology and the future of national security came into sharper focus.

Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 3

Steve Blank

We just held our third session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. Today’s topic was Sourcing, Acquiring and Deploying Technology for Modern War. So, the DoD needs a new way of engaging and acquiring these fast evolving technologies.

Technology, Innovation and Modern War – Class 6 – Will Roper

Steve Blank

We just held our sixth session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. Today’s topic was Innovations in Acquiring Technologies for Modern War. Acquisition, technology, and logistics. Commercial technology has changed the DOD model.

Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 2

Steve Blank

We just held our second session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. The Technology-to-Weapons-Cycle. Our second lecture was a discussion of how new technology turns into new weapons and new doctrine.

The Analyst Cam: Cella Technologies and shop floor optimization

deal architect

As we have moved to virtual vendor briefings, I have increasingly been excerpting short segments (with permission from vendors), as part of my Analyst Cam series. During the last few months we have seen growing interest in bite-sized applications in. Analyst Cam Vertical Markets (Banking, Retail et

Why Every Startup Needs Up-To-Date Technology

YoungUpstarts

You need to ensure that your new company has the most up-to-date technology available, but why is this the case? The post Why Every Startup Needs Up-To-Date Technology appeared first on Young Upstarts. Others startup advice technology

Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 18 – General James Mattis

Steve Blank

We just held our eighteenth and final session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. Are we correct to emphasize that it’s less about the technology, and more about how we use it? What new technology threats do you see?

Technology, Innovation and Modern War – Class 9 – Autonomy – Maynard Holliday

Steve Blank

We just held our ninth session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. Maynard was the Senior Technical Advisor to the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistic during the previous Administration.

Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 7 – Jack Shanahan

Steve Blank

We just held our seventh session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. As a lead up to this class session we’ve been talking about the impact of new technologies on the DOD. Where else did this AI technology exist?

5 Steps To Successful Technology Adoption

YoungUpstarts

The decision to adopt new technology is a big step for any business. But whatever your reasons, there will always be hurdles to overcome before you can seamlessly integrate this new technology into your business operations. Others technology

Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 5 – Chris Brose

Steve Blank

We just held our fifth session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. have military technological superiority over any competitor. Disruptive Technology. are technologies largely driven by commercial innovation and commercial companies.

4 Ways To Retain A Technology Edge For Your Business

YoungUpstarts

The post 4 Ways To Retain A Technology Edge For Your Business appeared first on Young Upstarts. Others business advice technologyEverything in a company has a purpose. Make sure to plan your IT in a way that it can accomplish all the goals and plans set for it.

Technology For Scaling Your Real Estate Company

YoungUpstarts

Some of the things that have helped realty management companies like Venterra grow is their emphasis on customer service and employee satisfaction, as well as the fact that they embrace technology as a means to these ends. Others real estate technology

Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 8 – AI – Chris Lynch and Nand Mulchandani

Steve Blank

We just held our eighth session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. He also said, “The most important hire I made in my time at the JAIC was the chief technology officer, Nand Mulchandani.” AI is not a single technology.

Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 17 – Organizational Design – Safi Bahcall

Steve Blank

We just held our seventeenth session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. As I’ve been sitting in the back of the class for the last couple of months, I’ve seen great speakers on strategy, on technology, on invention.

An Inside Look At Detroit Doer Robert Courtney’s Technology Playbook

YFS Magazine

Great technology can transform a business and streamline the daily grind of an entrepreneur. People Success Profiles Technology small business technology technology technology tips

5 Ways To Validate Your Technology As Market Driven

Startup Professionals Musings

Technical entrepreneurs love their technology, and often are driven to launch a startup on the assumption that everyone will buy any solution which highlights this technology. Exciting new technologies these days range from the niche social media software platforms I see almost every month, to new transportation models, like consumer space travel and driverless autos. Customers buy solutions, not technology. New technology does not necessarily make better solutions.

How Restaurants Can Use Technology To Spur Growth

YoungUpstarts

What is clear, however, as we move into Q4, is that the method of adapting to current consumer demands lies in technology. Moreover, the ways in which restaurants implement these innovations is just as important as the technologies themselves. by Bagrat Safaryan , CEO of Local Express.

How To Use Technology To Protect Temperature-Controlled Shipments

YoungUpstarts

Thanks to temperature sensor technology, it’s easier than ever to ship temperature-sensitive items and keep them within an ideal temperature range the entire time. The post How To Use Technology To Protect Temperature-Controlled Shipments appeared first on Young Upstarts.

Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 1 – Ash Carter

Steve Blank

We just had our first week of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. If the past is a prologue, they’ll go off to senior roles in defense, policy and to the companies building new disruptive technologies. Technology to Weapons to Doctrine.

Ubiquitous Technology

deal architect

At New Florence, the coverage covers a wide swatch including health tech, greentech, nanotech so end up researching obscure journals and magazines for stories. But you have to scan today’s USA Today, a mainstream newspaper, to see how tech coverage. Industry Commentary

Technology Making Business Easier

The Startup Magazine

Over the years, one way businesses have been able to ensure this is through the advancements in technology and software, which have given businesses countless productivity tools to work at a better pace, and complete tasks in a far easier and simpler manner.

Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 16 – Acquisition & Sustainment – Ellen Lord

Steve Blank

We just held our sixteenth session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. We have rapidly changing user needs; we’ve got disruptive technologies and threats on the battlefield. Technology Innovation and Modern War

Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 12 –The Space Force– General John Raymond

Steve Blank

We just held our twelfth session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. And then we also stood up a Chief Technology and Innovation Officer and made that a direct report to me as well. Technology Innovation and Modern War

Rethinking the two technology Moores

deal architect

Throughout our technology careers, most of us have cited Moore’s Law about how fast technology evolves, or Geoffrey Moore’s “Crossing the Chasm” to speed up launches of products. To say each has been seminal to strategizing and marketing in technology. Industry Commentary

Whither technology journalism?

deal architect

I write this as hundreds of media folk are in Austin at SXSW probably dissecting what happened to GigaOm. My perspective is more as media consumer – a voracious one who scrounges hundreds of articles for my blogs and my. Industry Commentary

Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 14 – Planning– Major General Mike Fenzel

Steve Blank

We just held our fourteenth session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. What are the requirements are going to be in terms of technology? Technology Innovation and Modern War

Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 10 – The DOD and Modern War –– Michèle Flournoy

Steve Blank

We just held our tenth session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. And so this very agile, iterative process of bringing new technologies and prototyping systems. What Legacy Programs Should be Downsized to Fund Investment in Emerging Technologies?

Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 13 – ONR– Rear Admiral Lorin Selby

Steve Blank

We just held our twelfth session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. This quote out of the book I thought was interesting, “Military innovation is less about technology than about operational and organizational transformation.”

18 Entrepreneurs Explain How Technology is Impacting Their Business Today

Hearpreneur

It’s becoming increasingly important for every business to have at least basic technology to run daily operations in the current day society. Despite the glowing positive side of it, technology also has its negative implications on business, especially in this cyber-crime era.

The Technology Dark Ages

deal architect

I see Gartner’s hype cycle on new technologies and it’s. While The New Polymath was overall wildly optimistic, I had a pessimistic chapter about the state of IT, healthcare, sustainability etc. Five years later the contrast is even more stark. Industry Commentary

Technology and Inequality

deal architect

Every time there is a big lottery drawing, I wonder why as a society we don’t make a few hundred millionaires, rather than award the big prize to a small group of people. While China and the market meltdown will. Industry Commentary

Technology Gives Remote Workers A Way To Communicate, But Something Is Missing

YoungUpstarts

The post Technology Gives Remote Workers A Way To Communicate, But Something Is Missing appeared first on Young Upstarts. One of the fundamental components to successful teamwork is communication, even for remote work. Clint Padgett shares some tips to help you manage and lead remote workers.

6 Technology Trends Will Spawn Countless New Ventures

Startup Professionals Musings

According to what I see, as outlined by Surdak, this data surge is being driven by the following six technological and social trends: Mobility: smartphones, tablets, and the “Internet of things.” christopher surdak new venture technologies trendsA tidal wave of valuable data is surging from the Internet and connected devices today, and the volume is growing exponentially each year.

Ubiquitous technology

deal architect

It reflected the growing ubiquity of technology in our lives. CES this year was unusual this year because no single device or tablet dominated attention. Instead there was a showcase of wearables, smart kitchens, smart cars etc. It was my. Industry Commentary

Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 3 – Anja Manuel

Steve Blank

We just held our third session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. Joe Felter , Raj Shah and I designed a class to examine the new military systems, operational concepts and doctrines that will emerge from 21st century technologies – Space, Cyber, AI & Machine Learning and Autonomy. Today’s topic was Sourcing, Acquiring and Deploying Technology for Modern War. Technology Innovation and Modern War

Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 2 – Max Boot

Steve Blank

We just held our second session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. Given the tech-centricity of Stanford and Silicon Valley, Joe Felter , Raj Shah and I designed a class to examine the new military systems, operational concepts and doctrines that will emerge from 21st century technologies – Space, Cyber, AI & Machine Learning and Autonomy. The Technology-to-Weapons-Cycle. Today ten major disruptive technologies have emerged.

How Technology Is Shaping The Future Of Lending In Australia

YoungUpstarts

In an age where loans are harder to come by than ever, it seems behind the times that technology hasn’t already further accelerated an individual’s capacity to explore different methods of funding. . The endless possibilities of technology. by Luke Fitzpatrick.

Why technology financial reporting needs to evolve

deal architect

I kept renewing my CPA certificate for a decade after I had moved to the technology consulting practice. I started my career at PwC as an accountant. These days, I listen to (some) quarterly earnings calls of vendors I analyze. Industry Commentary