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Gulu Gambhir: Leidos Eyes Workforce Culture that Seeks to Innovate

Gulu Gambhir
Gulu Gambhir

TYSONS CORNER, VA March 16, 2015 — Executive Mosaic — ExecutiveBiz reported Friday on how Leidos urges its workforce to participate in programs such as internal crowd sourcing and online courses to encourage innovation in the work place.

Gulu Gambhir, chief technology officer at Leidos, shared the company’s goal to establish a culture of innovation in a Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce interview published Thursday.

“Supporting employees with resources like money and time, repeatable innovation-related processes, and a culture tolerant of risk-taking and ‘successful’ failure encourages innovation, ” Gambhir said.

“Our greatest innovations come from trying to solve the problems that our customers face… [which improves client satisfaction, retention and growth].”

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