Innovative change in the Army
Robertson, Wallace J.
Swenson, Robert A.
Roberts, Nancy C.
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With the collapse of the Soviet threat, the Army is finding itself in a period of significant change: changes in funding, size, focus and missions. To adapt to this change, the Army needs to be more innovative. This thesis examines the subject of innovative change. It analyzes a case of successful innovative change in the 101st Airborne Division's support structure. Prior to and during Operation Desert Shield, the Division adopted the LAB/FOB support concept that contributed significantly to the Division's success in Operation Desert Storm. The analysis of this case shows how innovative change is brought about in an Army organization.
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