My 30’ speech struck some chord.
Especially among the newly graduated who have been already in touch with the “business” environment.
You may have a summary about the speech:
“How Galileo’s helped to solve the Innovator’s Dilemma”,
in my booklet about Innovation go-to-market: Roadmap to Market,
or just giving me a call and have a chat about this fascinating theme.
But what I really appreciated was to see that Younger generation still have the same passion for innovation that was boiling into the veins of their predecessor.
Think about this:
They are dreaming to build a rocket capable to reach orbit altitude, launched by a canard configuration 2 turbine engines spaceship, monitored by a world wide ground stations network that can support 7T bits of telecom by day, to monitor agriculture , environment, marine traffic, critical political areas—worldwide.