Science and Technology (S&T) has the power to change the landscape of conflict, but the core work of the global defence sector remains a human endeavour. Building on our recently published S&T reports, which explore the need for combined offerings and capabilities designed to address real-world customer challenges, this report focuses on the skills required to deploy those offerings. Download the report today and sign up to our webinar to find out more.
This report provides perspective on why S&T skills are difficult to acquire, exploring various career stages and their challenges, and offers direction to the pursuit of talent that can fuel the future of defence.
Following on from our Supercharged report, we are hosting a S&T skills webinar on the 7th of December. We are delighted to be joined by some of our thought leaders in innovation and talent who will be discussing the importance of science and technology skills for fuelling the future of defence. There will be a panel discussion followed by a Q&A for you to ask our experts all your S&T skills questions. Register your interest now to be the first to receive an invite.
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Discover our other Science & Technology reports
S&T Vision: Winning tomorrow's battles
In today's technology-dependent age, an effective science & technology (S&T) strategy that translates to technology overmatch could be the difference between success and failure. Find out the S&T priorities of Australia, UK, US, Canada and Germany in this report.
S&T Vision: Science and Technology Overmatch
This report illustrates the breadth and depth of our investment in science, technology and engineering, and the way in which we intend to use those investments to help our defence and security customers address the diverse challenges they experience today, and in the near future.