For those entrusted with defending the nation against increasing cyberspace-related threats while operating in a fiscally constrained environment, the need to innovate is clear. One way to manage the inherent risk associated with the imbalance between ends and means is to embrace innovation.1
While many in the defense community equate innovation with integrating private sector technologies, a more expansive understanding of the concept can help us more fully tap the most precious resource we have: our people. When we understand innovation to be more than just invention, but also the adoption of a new practice in a community . . .