OA has a tremendous amount of pragmatism and as a business is very diversified. But not a push the envelope kind.
Not to derail, but that must be answered. Orbital pushed every bit of the envelope there was to get started and keep running. History is littered with well meant attempts like Conestoga, Kelly, Pioneer, RRC, and Kistler that did not make it, but OSC did, and they didn't have a bazillionaire helping them do it, which also doesn't guarantee success (Beale). There was nothing conservative about an air launched booster with winglets. I think they still have enough of that spirit to stay competitive. They paved the way for the newer space companies.