Exercising Authority

“BREAK HARD RIGHT NOW!…….” the crew chief of the Marine Search & Rescue helicopter yelled over the radio. Up until that moment, the flight had been relatively uneventful as the crew of five flew along “fat, dumb and happy.” The weather was calm and...

The Philosophy of Maneuver Warfare

Maneuver Warfare in title has only existed for about 70 years, but its continuous success spans thousands of years and the evolution of warfare. Some of the greatest military minds throughout history have refined and distilled their successes into a philosophy with associated key characteristics,...

Maintaining Organizational Balance

Leading an organization requires a broad range of capabilities and skills, from developing an effective strategy to establishing a structure that will allow you to realize the organizations’ objectives, to selecting, resourcing and developing the people that make it all happen. While we’ve addressed...