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Titel: The Human in Command

ISBN: 0306463660
EAN: 9780306463662
Exploring the Modern Military Experience.
Auflage 2000.
Book.
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von Carol McCann, Ross Pigeau
Springer US

30. Juni 2000 - gebunden - 456 Seiten

Whether involved in disaster relief, peacekeeping operations, or war, militaries from all nations deal in the common currency of human conflict. And although technology has come a long way in assisting the resolution of some of these conflicts, inevitably human conflict requires human intervention. The purpose of this book is to explore and understand the implications of this human intervention and the ways that science can make it more effective. The book brings together experienced military leaders and researchers in the human sciences to offer current operational experience and scientific thought on the issue of military command, with the intention of raising awareness of the uniquely human aspects of military command. It includes chapters on the personal experiences of senior commanders, new concepts and treatises on command theory, and empirical findings from experimental studies in the field.
Foreword; M.K. Jeffery. Acknowledgments.
1. The Human in Command: A Brief Introduction; R. Pigeau, C. McCann. Part I: The Command Experience.
2. The Nature of Command; R.R. Crabbe.
3. The Human in Command: A Personal View; S. Cherrie.
4. Command Experiences in Rwanda; R.A. Dallaire.
5. The Fog of War: A Personal Experience of Leadership; R.A. Lane.
6. Command and Control in Stressful Conditions; P.L.E.M. Everts.
7. Command and Leadership in Other People's Wars; M.D. Capstick.
8. Establishing Command Intent - A Case Study: The Encirclement of the Ruhr, March 1945; W.M. Connor.
9. Time, Tempo, and Command; J.S. Labbé.
10. United States Army Leadership Doctrine for the Twenty-First Century; J.P. Lewis, et al.
11. Human Problems in Organizational Devolution; J. Penrose. Part II: The Science of Command.
12. Redefining Command and Control; R. Pigeau, C. McCann.
13. Developing Practical Thinking for Battle Command; J.J. Fallesen.
14. Command and Control: A Biased Combination? P.-A. Persoon, et al.
15. Mission Command in Ambiguous Situations;
A.L.W. Vogelaar, E.-H. Kramer.
16. Dynamic Decision Making in Command and Control;
B. Brehmer.
17. Self-Assessment of Command Performance and Feedback in Multiforce Training; A. Mirabella, et al.
18. A Schema-Based Approach to Measuring Team Decision Making in a Navy Combat Information Center;
C. Paris, et al.19. Communication of Intent in Military Command and Control Systems; G. Shattuck,
D.D. Woods. 20. Misplaced Loyalties: Military Culture and the Breakdown of Discipline in Two Peace Operations; D. Winslow. 21. Morale, Cohesion, and Confidence in Leadership: Unit Climate Dimensions for Canadian Soldiers on Operations; P.J. Murphy, K.M.J. Farley. 22. Coping with Interrogations; J.C. Laberg, et al. 23. Stressors Faced by Commanders in Three Operational Environments: The Gulf, Bosnia, and Northern Ireland; G.M. Breakwell. 24. Training of Higher-Level Joint Commanders; C. Jeffery, et al. 25. Relative Efficacy of an Open versus a Restricted Communication Structure for Command and Control Decision Making: An Experimental Study; M. Omodei, et al. 26. Research Challenges for the Human in Command; C. McCann, R. Pigeau. The Contributors. Index.
"The Human in Command represents an original and important contribution to the literature on command. For military practioners it should be required reading on senior command courses, but there is also much here for the non-military reader. Commanders in emergency services and other professions, as well as those conducting research into command and leadership, will find this to be a valuable reference and an excellent source of military material."
(Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 9:2 (2001)

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