4 edition of Leadership on the future battlefield found in the catalog.
Leadership on the future battlefield
by Pergamon-Brassey"s International Defense Publishers in Washington [D.C.]
Written in English
|Statement||edited by James G. Hunt and John D. Blair.|
|Contributions||Hunt, James G., 1932-, Blair, John D. 1944-|
|LC Classifications||UB210 .L39 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 349 p. :|
|Number of Pages||349|
|LC Control Number||84014715|
Battlefield Earth pops right up as the clear answer. What makes this particular book such a clear and constant choice? It is like going to survival school in a rich, challenging setting and where the man in charge cares. It is like a manual for success, delivered in delightful prose with fabulous characters and an immersive storyline. Once an Eagle. By Anton Myrer. Epic novel about Sam Damon, a U.S. Army officer who has a gift for battlefield tactics and insiring his soldiers. The story spans Damon's year military career, from World War I to Vietnam, and chronicles Damon's growth as a leader and focus on taking care of the troops at the front line.
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In these ten essays, the authors examine the debate over the future of airpower, the unique threat of biological warfare, the impact of the information revolution on warfare, and how changes in military. Leadership on the future battlefield: an introduction / James G.
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; Blair,J. Report Date: APR Pagination or Media Count: 5 Abstract: A number of works included in an upcoming book dealing with the above topics are briefly discussed within the context of this systems. benefit a wide variety of readers. Be it on the battlefield, the boardroom, or the athletic field, leaders and future leaders will find this to be an invaluable book and tremendous resource.
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Singer. While the core skills of leadership will remain the same over time, the leadership of the future will require a different emphasis on particular skills. By preparing for these changes ahead of time, leaders can ready themselves today for what organizations will need tomorrow. A Staff Ride focuses the study of history on leadership "lessons learned" that can be applied in the future.
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