How moonshots combine power of audacious goals and pleasure of achievement
Moonshots are commonly used in today’s parlance all thanks to John F. Kennedy who delivered the historic address at Rice University bang in the middle of Cold War
Kennedy’s approach offers five principles that might be useful in the modern workplace
July has been a month of moonshots. We celebrated the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 and the launch of Chandrayaan-2, India’s second lunar adventure designed to explore water in the South Polar region. Both these missions were propelled by widespread public support, strong leadership and radical collaboration across laboratories, universities and ministries. They offer important lessons on leadership and provide a framework for chasing big, hairy, audacious goals.