NTX Meeting: Innovate or Die: The Imperative for Change - Tech Presentation by Jon Clauss
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Chapter Meeting July 14
Innovate or Die: The Imperative for Change - Tech Presentation by Jon Clauss
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Meeting number: 252 846 155
Abstract: The need for change and innovation are often talked about like they are ‘a good idea’, or somehow optional. History shows that companies that fail to innovate or evolve with the changing times will soon cease to exist or exist in the same form. This presentation will explore the history of Lockheed Martin and other cases, to show this and serve as a ‘call to action’ to transform how we do business and drive us to innovate.
Bio: Jon Clauss is a Purdue Graduate (‘85 A&AE), Lockheed Martin Fellow and has been at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics – Fort Worth and legacy companies for 30+ years. He started his career in the Flight Controls area and has worked the integration of system including the F-111, F-16, X-35 and F-35. He was won 3 AeroStar awards (2 team, 1 individual). His current work focus is architecture, systems engineering and integration of the F-35 with off-board systems and the F-35 Enterprise. He has presented papers/presentations on topics as diverse as; the value of Hardware in The Loop Simulation, F-35 Model Based System Engineering Lessons Learned, and System Architecture Lessons Learned from On-Line Gaming, and Millers’ Law. He is a Senior Member of AIAA, a member of the International Council of System Engineering (INCOSE) and a member of the Association of Airworthiness Professionals (AAP).