Defining Command, Leadership, and Management Success Factors Within Stability Operations, Part 36
Introduction -- Definitions - Stabilization definitions -- Concepts of state -- Ashdown's stabilization success criteria -- Smith's utility of force -- Further definitions : transitions within operations -- Getting things done -- Command = Leadership + Management -- Problem Solving = Command + Leadership + Management -- Command considerations : commanding change -- Leadership considerations : leading change? -- Management of considerations : maintaining the status quo? -- Levels of operations -- Organizations and entities -- The United Kingdom -- The United States -- The United Nations -- The European Union -- The North Atlantic Treaty Organization -- International Red Cross -- Case studies -- Yugoslavia and the Western Balkans (1992-?) -- Iraq (2003-?) -- Afghanistan (2001-?) -- Change in leadership - June 2010 -- Attributes and types of power -- Research and analysis -- Conclusions
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