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  • Perfection In A Military Organization

    No organization is perfect whether it’s the military or a civilian organization. Perfection is what we strive for. There will always deficiencies that one always complains about and say that if they were in charge they will do it differently. Sometimes though that’s just not possible but at times it may be. I myself am currently working as the Executive Officer of a Maintenance Company and these are a few of the issues that I have seen and noticed at my position that I would recommend changing at the Battalion level. Meetings are a necessary evil in any organization, but at what point do we say enough is enough. In recent weeks my Battalion has changed their Battle Rhythm but instead of taking away meetings it has added more meetings for…

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  • 6-22 SWO Characteristics

    a. ADP 6-22 defines an Army Leader as “anyone who by virtue of assumed role or assigned responsibility inspires and influences people to accomplish organizational goals. Army leaders motivate people both inside and outside the chain of command to pursue actions, focus thinking and shape decisions for the greater good of the organization.” In the definition mentioned previously, the words “motivate people both inside and outside the chain of command,” is very important to my idea of what seniors…

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  • Los Angeles Fire Department Research Paper

    The next rank is Engineer or the person who drives the engine. Next there are captains, inspectors, Battalion commander, division commander, Bureau commander, and Fire Chief. The Chain of Command is the formal path of communication through the organization. Like in the military, In the Los Angeles Fire Department each member answers to the member that is ranked above them. A firefighter can not go directly to the fire chief to discuss an issue, they must first talk to their captain. The…

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  • Brigade Combat Team Essay

    then share my ideas for change with a guiding coalition consisting of my Command Sergeant Major, DCO, and my battalion commanders and command sergeants major in order to develop my vision and get their buy-in to the changes I’ll be making. In doing so, I’ll attempt to use personal power to gain commitment from my guiding coalition. I know it will be necessary to effectively and continuously communicate my vision so it is adopted by every Soldier in the brigade. My strategy will include…

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  • Importance Of Expeditionary Operations

    In terms of partners, due to the region’s remoteness to the western strategic interests, the military involvement from our alliance, the U.S., cannot be guaranteed except for technology and intelligence. Therefore, if under the request from the local authority or under UN’s sanction, Australia should be prepared to lead such expeditionary operations on its own or in coalition with the regional countries like New Zealand and Indonesia. Although such missions have substantive importance, the…

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  • Assuming Command Of The 4th Armored Brigade Combat Team: Mission Analysis

    Assuming command of the 4th Armored Brigade Combat Team (ABCT) is an honor and a privilege. It is truly a humbling opportunity to be selected to command an exceptional unit with a storied history of mission readiness and success. The past few weeks of observing the unit, in addition to, careful analysis of more recent historical documents from Army research organizations such as the Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL) and Center for Army Leadership (CAL) have provided necessary insight in…

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  • 4th Armor Brigade Combat Team Case Study

    The critical leadership problems facing the 4th Armor Brigade Combat Team (ABCT) is compliance, commitment, and emotional intelligence. The components of the Application of Power and Influence in Organizational Leadership are compliance versus commitment and emotional intelligence, using of Dr. Gene Klann, Application of Power and Influence in Organizational Leadership process will provide assistance in improving the culture and climate of 4th ABCT and reestablished the unit to its historical…

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  • Gorman's Brigade Analysis

    On the 17th of September, 1862 at approximately seven o’clock in the morning, Brigadier General Willis Gorman of the Union army began mobilizing his units as part of Major General Sedgwick’s division to assault the Confederate defenses in the West Wood. Gorman’s brigade was the first brigade of the second division under Major General John Sedgwick who was under the command of Major General Edwin V. Sumner, commander of the Second Army Corps. This narrative will discuss the events that took…

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  • What Is The Importance Of Communication In The Army

    Communication is an imperative component of the society and any organization. The success of any entity is dependent on effective communication and thus its importance is demonstrated by the efficiency of daily operations. Therefore, the importance of effective communication cannot be underestimated and lack of poses an adverse impact on the professional and personal life of an individual as well as an organization. People in an organizational entity spend almost three-quarter of their time in…

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  • Sexual Harassment And Prevention Slogan Analysis

    While one could scope out any number of problems with integrating women into combat arms, one of the biggest would be the draft. As of current times, although the military is all voluntary, male citizens of voting age are required, by law, to register for the draft; this is done in the preparation for a need for a large flux of people into the military, especially combat arms positions, if the United States were to go to war on a large scale. As women are added to combat units, this raises the…

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