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Transforming Leader Development for the Military Profession
 
Secretary of the Army John McHugh is shown an example of how virtual gaming technology is used to incorporate recent battlefield scenarios with lessons learned to assist in leader development and training at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas (Photo: DoD)  

 

TRANSFORMING THE SELF-DEVELOPMENT DOMAIN
FOR A 21st CENTURY ARMY

COL Marshall K. Dougherty
U.S. Army

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SUMMARY

This AY-10 USAWC resident student research paper examines the Army's current leader development doctrine and makes recommendations for proposals to strengthen the Army's organizational culture of leader development and better prepare the Army to meet the challenges of the 21st Century.


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