Technology and leadership : international perspectives / edited by Lieutenant Colonel Daniel J. Watola, PhD & Allister MacIntyre, PhD.: D2-528/2017E-PDF
"The military operates in volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous environments. While technology can be a solution to the problems faced by militaries, it can also be its own problem in need of a solution. Whether bane or boon, technology is not only changing who, what, where, when, and how militaries fight, but the rate of technological change is also ever-increasing. Technology and Leadership: International Perspectives, is the twelfth volume of the International Military Leadership Association Working Group (IMLAW) series published by the Canadian Defence Academy Press. In this volume, 33 authors from 8 countries offer their perspectives on the relationship between technology and leadership"--Foreword, p. v.
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Department of National Defence.|
|Title||Technology and leadership : international perspectives / edited by Lieutenant Colonel Daniel J. Watola, PhD & Allister MacIntyre, PhD.|
|Series title||International Military Leadership Association Working Group series ; vol. 12|
|Note(s)|| "Produced for the Canadian Defence Academy Press by 17 Wing Winnipeg Publishing Office." |
Issued by: Department of National Defence.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
How hard data inform soft skills : the impact of technology and leadership development in a digital world /James Dobbs, Richard Bakken and Maureen A. Guarcello(p. 1-16) --Getting what you inspect, not what you expect : leveraging technology to enhance leadership assessment methodologies /Robert D. Reimer, Rylan Charlton and Douglas R. Lindsay(p. 17-36) --Start as you mean to go on : a new way of preparing command teams for operational deployment /Bethany Gerling and Mark Brewer(p. 47-72) --Military leadership in artificial domains /James J. Do, Kerstin S. Haring, Victor S. Finomore, Darlene A. Bugado and Janilie A. Dysico(p. 73-94) --Leadership in edge organizations : what it means and why it matters /António P. Rosinha(p. 95-116) --Technology and the rise of operational-strategic team effectiveness : questions for leadership research /Wong Siok Fun and Eileen Ang(p. 117-126) --The evolutionary nature of innovation and disruptive change : the interrelatedness of technology, leadership and organizations /Mie Augier and Jerry Guo(p. 127-147) --Leader influence towards a culture of empowerment /Steven D. Raymer, Christopher Kelley and Matthew Laney(p. 148-168) --Information technology and decision-making in military leadership /Florian Demont-Biaggi and Michael Jager(p. 169-184) --Social cultural factors in military decision-making : building a framework for the operational commander in the opening phases of an operation /John Leahy, Tracy St. Benoit, David Scribner and Jock Grynovicki(p. 185-202)Mission command and social media : old leadership philosophy challenged by new information technology? /Aida Alvinius, Pernilla Hoke Åberg, Eva Johansson and Gerry Larsson(p. 203-216) --Social media in the military : opportunities, perils and a safe middle path /Mick Ryan and Marcus Thompson(p. 217-225).
Issued also in print format.
|Publishing information||Kingston, Ont. : Canadian Defence Academy Press, c2017.|
|Author / Contributor|| Watola, Daniel. |
MacIntyre, Allister T. (Allister Tompkins), 1954-
|Description||vi, 241 p. : ill.|
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|Departmental catalogue number||A-PA-005-000/AP-132|
|Subject terms|| Leadership |
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