Energy Executive Education Helps Navy Leaders Implement Cultural Change
Stewart, Kenneth A.
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A unique and diverse mix of Navy officers, senior enlisted and DOD civilians converged upon the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), Sept. 23-27, to take part in an intensive weeklong executive education course that seeks to change the Navy’s culture of energy consumption. NPS’ Energy Academic Group (EAG) and Cebrowski Institute tailored the course to teach senior leaders to foster change in direct support of Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus’ energy security goals and initiatives.
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