Developing Flag Officers of 2025 And Beyond
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We considered the question: Is military education keeping pace with the task of preparing military people for effective leadership in the emerging highly networked, highly unpredictable world? We examined the nature of the changing environment for military operations. We speculated about leadership identity needed in this environment, possible ways to cultivate the required sensibilities, and the possible role of technology in achieving it. We call for a conversation about how military leadership education might be redesigned and how we might get a new design in place.
Dr. Peter Denning and Sue Higgins
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