Manning the Future Legions of the United States: Finding and Developing Tomorrow's Centurions

Manning the Future Legions of the United States: Finding and Developing Tomorrow's Centurions

Manning the Future Legions of the United States: Finding and Developing Tomorrow's Centurions

Manning the Future Legions of the United States: Finding and Developing Tomorrow's Centurions

Synopsis

An Industrial Age model continues to shape the way the Army approaches its recruiting, personnel management, training, and education. This outdated personnel management paradigm--designed for an earlier era--has been so intimately tied to the maintenance of Army culture that a self-perpetuating cycle has formed, diminishing the Army's attempts to develop adaptive leaders and institutions. This cycle can be broken only if the Army accepts rapid evolutionary change as the norm of the new era. Army culture must become adaptive, and the personnel system must evolve into one that nurtures adaptability in its policies, practices, and beliefs.
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