Military Leadership

Command Decision: Ethical Leadership in the Information Environment

Author: Mr Keir Giles Big data amplifies a classical problem of military leadership, namely, making critical decisions based on limited and often unreliable information. This monograph considers three leadership models that provide an alternative to an overreliance on technological solutions to address new challenges emerging at the various stages of the intelligence process. Download PDF

Creating Great Expectations: Strategic Communications and American Airpower

Author: Dr Conrad C Crane Americans have always been uniquely attracted to airpower, a fact that has been successfully exploited by generations of U.S. Air Force leaders in information campaigns. But as a result, the nation has often entered conflicts with exorbitant expectations about what airpower could actually accomplish, creating unique challenges in strategic communications …

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Still Soldiers and Scholars? An Analysis of Army Officer Testing

Author: Dr Steven J. Condly, Dr Arthur T Coumbe, LTC William L Skimmyhorn Still Soldiers and Scholars? sheds light on a neglected aspect of talent management, namely, officer accessions testing and evaluation. It does so by tracing the history of officer testing since 1900, identifying and analyzing key developments in the assessment process, and then …

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