SENIOR LEADERSHIP AND COMMAND

 

A Selected Bibliography

 

 

 

Every great leader I have known has been a great teacher, able to give those around him a sense of perspective and to set the moral, social, and motivational climate among his followers.

 

                                                Vice Admiral James Bond Stockdale

                                                The Washington Quarterly, “Educating Leaders,”

                                                30 March 1983

 

 

 

Preface

 

Senior Leadership and Command:  A Selected Bibliography presents sources of information in support of U.S. Army War College “Strategic Leadership” curriculum studies.  It includes coverage of such topics as executive ability, strategic planning, decision making, management, organizational effectiveness, and professional military education.

 

The items in this bibliography are available in the U.S. Army War College Library collection.  For your convenience we have added our call numbers at the end of each book and document entry.  Please keep in mind that call numbers may vary from library to library.

 

This bibliography is also available on the Internet through out Library’s home page:  http://carlisle-www.army.mil/library/. 

 

For additional information, please contact the Research and Information Services Branch, U.S. Army War College Library, by sending an e-mail message to usarmy.carlisle.awc.mbx.us-libraryr@mail.mil, or by phoning DSN 242-4260 or Commercial (717) 245-4260.

 

 

                                                                                            Jacqueline S. Bey, compiler

 

 


 

 

Contents

 

Books and Documents…………………………………….………………………..1

 

USAWC Student Papers………………………..……………..……….…..…....17

 

Selected Strategic Leaders……………..…………..…………..…………...……22

 

Periodical Articles………........................................………….……....27

 

Audiovisuals…………………….…………….………………………….…….……38

 

Other Bibliographies…………………..…………………………………….……..40

 


 

Books and Documents

 

Aberbach, Joel D., and Bert A. Rockman.  In the Web of Politics:  Three Decades of the U.S. Federal Executive.  Washington:  Brookings Institution Press, 2000.  230pp.  (JK723 .E9A6 2000)

 

Allison, Wick, Jeremy Adams, and Gavin Hambly.  Condemned to Repeat It:  The Philosopher Who Flunked Life and Other Great Lessons from History.  New York:  Viking, 1998.  190pp.  (D10 .A45 1998)

 

Antal, John F.  Training the Command-Staff Team for Battle Command and Rapid Decisionmaking.  Arlington:  Institute of Land Warfare, 1995.  15pp.  (UA23 .A95L15 95-2)

 

Axelrod, Alan.  Elizabeth I, CEO:  Strategic Lessons from the Leader Who Built an Empire.  Paramus, NJ:  Prentice Hall Press, 2000.  274pp.  (HD57.7 .A94 2000)

 

Axelrod, Alan.  Patton on Leadership:  Strategic Lessons for Corporate Warfare.  Paramus, NJ:  Prentice Hall Press, 1999.  279pp.  (HD57.7 .A96 1999)

 

Badaracco, Joseph L., Jr.  Defining Moments:  When Managers Must Choose between Right and Right.  Boston:  Harvard Business School Press, 1997.  147pp.  (HF5387 .B32 1997)

 

Ball, Harry P.  Of Responsible Command:  A History of the U.S. Army War College, rev. ed.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, Alumni Association, 1994.  538pp.  (U413 .B35 1994)

 

Barko, William F., and Mark A. Vaitkus, eds.  The U.S. Army War College Guide to Executive Health and Fitness.  Carlisle Barracks, PA:  U.S. Army War College, Army Physical Fitness Research Institute, 2000.  190pp.  (U413 .P55U7 2000)

 

Barr, Lee, and Norma Barr.  Leadership Development:  Maturity and Power.  Austin, TX:  Eakin Press, 1994.  480pp.  (HD57.7 .B367 1994)

 

Bass, Bernard M., and Ralph Melvin Stogdill.  Bass & Stogdill’s Handbook of Leadership:  Theory, Research, and Managerial Applications, 3rd ed.  New York:  Free Press, 1990.  1182pp.  (HM141 .S83 1990)

 

Benfari, Robert C.  Understanding and Changing Your Management Style.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1999.  282pp.  (HD38.2 .B459 1999)

 

Bennis, Warren G., et al.  Rethinking the Future:  Rethinking Business, Principles, Competition, Control & Complexity, Leadership, Markets and the World, rev. ed.  Naperville, IL:  Nicholas Brealey, 1998.  276pp.  (HD58.8 .R494 1998)

 

Bey, Jacqueline S., comp.  Senior Leadership and Command:  A Selected Bibliography.  Carlisle Barracks, PA:  U.S. Army War College, 1997.  27pp.  (U413 .Z92S45 1997)

 

Black, J. Stewart, Allen J. Morrison, and Hal B. Gregersen.  Global Explorers:  The Next Generation of Leaders.  New York:  Routledge, 1999.  256pp.  (HD57.7 .B538 1999)

 

Blanchard, Ken, Michael O'Connor, with Jim Ballard.  Managing by Values.  San Francisco:  Berrett-Koehler, 1997.  154pp.  (HD6957 .U6B549 1997)

 

Blumenson, Martin, and James L. Stokesbury.  Masters of the Art of Command.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 1975.  393pp.  (U51 .B55)

 

Bolman, Lee G., and Terrence E. Deal.  Reframing Organizations:  Artistry, Choice, and Leadership, 2nd ed.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1997.  424pp.  (HD31 .B614 1997)

 

Boutros-Ghali, Boutros, et al.  Essays on Leadership.  Washington:  Carnegie Corporation of New York, 1998.  75pp.  (JC330.3 .E87 1998)

 

Breakwell, Glynis M., and Keith Spacie.  Pressures Facing Commanders.  Camberly, Surrey:  Strategic and Combat Studies Institute, 1997.  28pp.  (U163 .S7 no.29)

 

Brown, Shona L., and Kathleen M. Eisenhardt.  Competing on the Edge:  Strategy as Structured Chaos.  Boston:  Harvard Business School Press, 1998.  299pp.  (HD30.28 .B76 1998)

 

Browne, M. Neil, and Stuart M. Keeley.  Asking the Right Questions:  A Guide to Critical Thinking, 6th ed.  Upper Saddle River, NJ:  Prentice Hall Press, 2001.  221pp.  (PN83 .B65 2001)

 

Brudney, Jeffrey L., Laurence J. O’Toole, Jr., and Hal G. Rainey.  Advancing Public Management:  New Developments in Theory, and Practice.  Washington:  Georgetown University Press, 2000.  304pp.  (JF1351 .B77 2000)

 

Buckingham, Marcus, and Curt Coffman.  First, Break All the Rules:  What the World’s Greatest Managers Do Differently.  New York:  Simon & Schuster, 1999.  271pp.  (HD38.2 .B83 1999)

 

Builder, Carl H., Steven C. Bankes, and Richard Nordin.  Command Concepts:  A Theory Derived from the Practice of Command and Control.  Santa Monica, CA:  Rand, 1999.  144pp.  (UB212 .B83 1999)

 

Caroselli, Marlene.  The Language of Leadership.  Amherst, MA:  Human Resource Development Press, 1990.  255pp.  (PN4121 .C275 1990)

 

Cerami, Joseph R., and James F. Holcomb, eds.  U.S. Army War College Guide to Strategy.  Carlisle Barracks, PA:  U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 2001.  282pp.  (U413 .A66U65 2001)

 

Chilcoat, Richard A.  Strategic Art:  The New Discipline for 21st Century Leaders.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 1995.  24pp.  (U413 .A66C45 1995)

 

Cohen, Eliot A.  Obligations of Leadership:  The Khobar Towers Bombing and Its Aftermath.  Parts 1 and 2.  Syracuse:  Syracuse University; Washington:  Johns Hopkins University, 1997.  1 vol.  (UB210 .C642 1997)

 

Cohen, William A.  The New Art of the Leader:  Leading with Integrity and Honor, rev. ed.  Paramus, NJ:  Prentice Hall Press, 2000.  303pp.  (HD57.7 .C641 2000)

 

Cohen, William A., comp.  The Wisdom of the Generals:  How to Triumph in Business and Life:  From Adversity to Success, and from Fear to Victory.  “Advanced Reading Copy.”  Upper Saddle River, NJ:  Prentice Hall Press, 2000.  231pp.  (UB210 .C641 2000)

 

Conger, Jay A., and Rabindra N. Kanungo.  Charismatic Leadership in Organizations.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage, 1998.  288pp.  (HD57.7 .C664 1998)

 

Connelly, Owen.  Blundering to Glory:  Napoleon's Military Campaigns, rev. ed.  Wilmington, DE:  SR Books, 1999.  254pp.  (DC203.9 .C647 1999)

 

Conner, Daryl R.  Leading at the Edge of Chaos:  How to Create the Nimble Organization.  New York:  Wiley, 1998.  352pp.  (HD58.8 .C55 1998)

 

Crocker, H.W., III.  Robert E. Lee on Leadership:  Executive Lessons in Character, Courage, and Vision.  Rocklin, CA:  Forum, 1999.  248pp.  (E467.1 .L4C8 1999)

 

Crosby, Philip B.  The Absolutes of Leadership.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1997.  128pp.  (HD57.7 .C763 1997)

 

Daft, Richard L., and Robert H. Lengel.  Fusion Leadership:  Unlocking the Subtle Forces That Change People and Organizations.  San Francisco:  Berrett-Koehler, 1998.  290pp.  (HD57.7 .D12 1998)

 

Dauphinais, G. William, and Colin Price, eds.  Straight from the CEO:  The World's Top Business Leaders Reveal Ideas That Every Manager Can Use.  New York:  Simon & Schuster, 1998.  318pp.  (HD38.25 .U6S77 1998)

 

David, Fred R.  Strategic Management Concepts, 7th ed.  Upper Saddler River, NJ:  Prentice Hall Press, 1998.  351pp.  (HD30.28 .D37 1998)

 

Davis, William C.  Lincoln’s Men:  How President Lincoln Became Father to an Army and a Nation.  New York:  Free Press, 1999.  315pp.  (E457.2 .D38 1999)

 

Dawson, Roger.  Secrets of Power Negotiating:  Inside Secrets from a Master Negotiator, 2nd ed.  Franklin Lakes, NJ:  Career Press, 1999.  319pp.  (HD58.6 .D39 1999)

 

Deckert, James C., et al.  Military Command Decisionmaking Expertise.  Alexandria:  U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences; Burlington, MA:  ALPHATECH, 1996.  1 vol.  (UB210 .M341 1996)

 

De Pree, Max.  Leadership is an Art.  New York:  Dell, 1989.  148pp.  (HD57.7 .D461 1990)

 

Downs, Alan.  Beyond the Looking Glass:  Overcoming the Seductive Culture of Corporate Narcissism.  New York:  AMACOM, 1997.  222pp.  (HD70 .U5D68 1997)

 

Drucker, Peter F.  Management Challenges for the 21st Century.  New York:  HarperBusiness, 1999.  207pp.  (HD30.27 .D78 1999)

 

Dunnigan, James, and Daniel Masterson.  The Way of the Warrior:  Business Tactics and Techniques from History's Twelve Greatest Generals.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1997.  207pp.  (HD31 .D86 1997)

 

Eadie, Douglas C.  Changing by Design:  A Practical Approach to Leading Innovation in NonProfit Organizations.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1997.  227pp.  (HD62.6 .E23 1997)

 

Eckel, Peter, et al.  On Change:  Reports from the Road, Insights on Institutional Change.  Washington:  American Council on Education, 1999.  16pp.  (LA227.4 .O5 1999)

 

Fairholm, Gilbert W.  Perspectives on Leadership:  From the Science of Management to Its Spiritual Heart.  Westport:  Quorum, 1998.  167pp.  (HD57.7 .F352 1998)

 

Felton, Keith Spencer.  Warrior’s Words:  A Consideration of Language and Leadership.  Westport:  Praeger, 1995.  196pp.  (PN4193 .P6F45 1995)

 

Fitzgerald, Catherine, and Linda Kirby, eds.  Developing Leaders:  Research and Applications in Psychological Type and Leadership Development:  Integrating Reality and Vision, Mind and Heart.  Palo Alto:  Davies-Black, 1997.  537pp.  (HD57.7 .D28 1997)

 

Flaherty, John E.  Peter Drucker:  Shaping the Managerial Mind.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1999.  445pp.  (HD31 .F537 1999)

 

Fogg, C. Davis.  Implementing Your Strategic Plan:  How to Turn “Intent” into Effective Action for Sustainable Change.  New York:  AMACOM, 1999.  433pp.  (HD30.28 .F53 1999)

 

Freeley, Austin J.  Argumentation and Debate:  Critical Thinking for Reasoned Decision Making.  Belmont, CA:  Wadsworth, 1996.  488pp.  (PN4181 .F62 1996)

 

Gaebelein, Thad A., and Ron P. Simmons.  A Question of Character:  Life Lessons to Learn from Military History.  New York:  Red Brick Press, 1998.  172pp.  (BF818 .G29 2000)

 

 

Gardner, John W.  Leadership Papers.  12 vols.  Washington:  Leadership Studies Program, Independent Sector, 1986-1988.  (HM141 .L45 no. 1 thru no. 12)

            No. 1:  The Nature of Leadership:  Introductory Considerations.

            No. 2:  The Tasks of Leadership.

            No. 3:  The Heart of the Matter:  Leader-Constituent Interaction.

            No. 4:  Leadership and Power.

            No. 5:  The Moral Aspect of Leadership.

            No. 6:  Attributes and Context.

            No. 7:  Leadership Development.

            No. 8:  Constituents and Followers.

            No. 9:  The Task of Motivating.

            No. 10:  Renewing:  The Leader’s Creative Task.

            No. 11:  The Changing Nature of Leadership.

            No. 12:  Leadership:  An Overview.

 

 Giber, David, Louis L. Carter, and Marshall Goldsmith, eds.  Linkage Inc.’s Best Practices in Leadership Development Handbook:  Case Studies, Instruments, Training.  San Francisco, Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer; Lexington, MA:  Linkage, 2000.  471pp.  (HD57.7 .L564 2000)

 

Gibish, Jane E., comp.  Strategic Vision:  A Selected Bibliography.  Carlisle Barracks, PA:  U.S. Army War College, 1998.  40pp.  (U413 .Z92S79 1998)

 

Goodman, Michael B., ed.  Corporate Communications for Executives.  Albany:  State University of New York Press, 1998.  329pp.  (HD30.3 .G66 1998)

 

Gray, Colin S.  Modern Strategy.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1999.  412pp.  (U162 .G694 1999)

 

Greenfield, Kent Roberts, ed.  Command Decisions.  Washington:  U.S. Department of the Army, Office of the Chief of Military History, 1960.  565pp.  (D769 .A5331)

 

Greenstein, Fred I.  The Presidential Differences:  Leadership Style from FDR to Clinton.  New York:  Free Press, 2000.  282pp.  (JK511 .G74 2000)

 

Gryskiewicz, Stanley S.  Positive Turbulence:  Developing Climates for Creativity, Innovation, and Renewal.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass; Greensboro, NC:  Center for Creative Leadership, 1999.  195pp.  (HD53 .G79 1999)

 

Guttman, Jon., ed.  Great Commanders in Action.  Leesburg, VA:  National Historical Society; Harrisburg, PA:  Cowles Enthusiast Media, 1996.  320pp.  (D25 .G746 1996)

 

Hamilton, Neil A.  American Business Leaders:  From Colonial Times to the Present.  Santa Barbara, CA:  ABC-CLIO, 1999.  2 vols.  (HC102.5 .A2H36 1999)

 

Hampton, David R., Jr.  Command and Control (C2) in Joint Operations:  Separate Functions, Their Purpose, and Application to Battle Command in the 21st Century.  Newport, RI:  Naval War College, 1998.  15pp.  (V420 .H15 1998)

Handel, Michael I.  Masters of War:  Classical Strategic Thought, rev. ed.  Portland, OR:  Frank Cass, 2001.  482pp.  (U27 .H36 2001)

 

Hargrove, Erwin C.  The President as Leader:  Appealing to the Better Angels of Our Nature.  Lawrence:  University Press of Kansas, 1998.  229pp.  (JK516 .H29 1998)

 

Hartman, Mary S., ed.  Talking Leadership:  Conversations with Powerful Women.  New Brunswick, NJ:  Rutgers University Press, 1999.  287pp.  (HQ1233 .T35 1999)

 

Harvard Business Review.  Harvard Business Review on Measuring Corporate Performance.  Articles reprinted from the journal.  Boston:  Harvard Business School Press, 1998.  229pp.  (HD56.25 .H37 1998)

 

Hayward, Joel, and Simon Ewing-Jarvie, ed.  Adolph Hitler and Joint Warfare.  Trentham Military Camp, Upper Hut, New Zealand:  New Zealand Defence Force, Military Studies Institute, 2000.  44pp.  (UA874.3 .M5 no. 2)

 

Heene, Aime, and Ron Sanchez, eds.  Competence-Based Strategic Management.  New York:  Wiley, 1997.  337pp.  (HD30.28 .C646 1997)

 

Hesselbein, Frances, Marshall Goldsmith, and Iain Somerville, eds.  Leading Beyond the Walls.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1999.  297pp.  (HD57.7 .L43 1999)

 

Hesselbein, Frances, and Paul M. Cohen, eds.  Leader to Leader:  Enduring Insights on Leadership from the Drucker Foundation's Award-Winning Journal.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1999.  397pp.  (HM1261 .L43 1999)

 

Holman, Peggy, and Tom Devane, eds.  The Change Handbook:  Group Methods for Shaping the Future.  San Francisco:  Berrett-Koehler, 1999.  392pp.  (HD58.8 .C31 1999)

 

Horvath, Joseph A., et al.  Tacit Knowledge in Military Leadership:  Some Research Products and Their Applications to Leadership Development.  New Haven, CT:  Yale University; Alexandria:  U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, 1998. 1 vol.  (UB210 .T331 1998)

 

Hoyle, John.  Leadership and Futuring:  Making Visions Happen.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Corwin Press, 1995.  68pp.  (HD57.7 .H69 1995)

 

Hunt, James G., George E. Dodge, and Leonard Wong, eds.  Out-of-the-Box Leadership:  Transforming the Twenty-First Century Army and Other Top-Performing Organizations.  Stamford, CT:  Jai Press, 1999.  318pp.  (UB210 .O93 1999)

 

Jablonsky, David.  Why Is Strategy Difficult?  Carlisle Barracks, PA:  U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 1992.  87pp.  (U413 .A66J3 1992)

 

 

Jacobs, T.Owen.  A Guide to the Strategic Leader Development Inventory, 2nd rev. ed.  Carlisle Barracks, PA:  U.S. Army War College, 1998.  37pp.  (U413 .J12 1998)

 

Jaques, Elliott, and Gillian Stamp.  Level and Type of Capability in Relation to Executive Organization.  U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences (ARI) research note 95-13.  Uxbridge, UK:  Brunel University, 1995.  94pp.  (HD38.2 .J264 1995)

 

Jaques, Elliott, and Stephen D. Clement.  Executive Leadership:  A Practical Guide to Managing Complexity.  Arlington:  Cason Hall; Cambridge:  Blackwell Business, 1991.  371pp.  (HD57.7 .J36 1991)

 

Johnson, Douglas V., II, ed.  Future Leadership, Old Issues, New Methods.  Carlisle Barracks, PA:  U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 2000.  124pp.  (U413 .A66F86 2000)

 

Johnson, Spencer.  Who Moved My Cheese?:  An Amazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life.  New York:  Putnam’s Sons, 1998.  94pp.  (BF637 .C4J64 1998)

 

Jones, R. Steven.  The Right Hand of Command:  Use and Disuse of Personal Staffs in the Civil War.  Mechanicsburg, PA:  Stackpole Books, 2000.  256pp.  (E491 .J66 2000)

 

Kaltman, Al.  Cigars, Whiskey, and Winning:  Leadership Lessons from General Ulysses S. Grant.  Paramus, NJ:  Prentice Hall Press, 1998.  322pp.  (HD57.7 .K357 1998)

 

Kaltman, Al.  The Genius of Robert E. Lee:  Leadership Lessons for the Outgunned, Outnumbered, and Underfinanced.  Paramus, NJ:  Prentice Hall Press, 2000.  352pp.  (E467.1 .L4K35 2000)

 

Kanter, Rosabeth Moss.  Rosabeth Moss Kanter on the Frontiers of Management.  Boston:  Harvard Business School Press, 1997.  306pp.  (HD58.8 .K364 1997)

 

Katzenbach, Jon R.  Teams at the Top:  Unleashing the Potential of Both Teams and Individual Leaders.  Boston:  Harvard Business School Press, 1998.  238pp.  (HD66 .K383 1998)

 

Keegan, John.  The Mask of Command.  New York:  Penguin, 1987.  368pp.  (UB210 .K44 1988)

 

Kets de Vries, Manfred F.R.  Life and Death in the Executive Fast Lane:  Essays on Irrational Organizations and Their Leaders.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1995.  252pp.  (HD31 .K462 1995)

 

Kets de Vries, Manfred F.R., with Elizabeth Florent-Treacy.  The New Global Leaders:  Richard Branson, Percy Barnevik, and David Simon.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1999.  188pp.  (HD62.4 .K48 1999)

 

 

Kossoff, Leslie L.  Executive Thinking:  The Dream, the Vision, the Mission Achieved.  Palo Alto, CA:  Davies-Black, 1999.  247pp.  (HD38.2 .K675 1999)

 

Koteen, Jack.  Strategic Management in Public and Nonprofit Organizations:  Managing Public Concerns in an Era of Limits, 2nd  ed.  Westport:  Praeger, 1997.  343pp.  (HD30.28 .K67 1997)

 

Kotter, John P.  A Force for Change:  How Leadership Differs from Management.  New York:  Free Press, 1990.  180pp.  (HD57.7 .K55 1990)

 

Kotter, John P.  John P. Kotter on What Leaders Really Do.  Boston:  Harvard Business School Press, 1999.  184pp.  (HD57.7 .K665 1999)

 

Krass, Peter, ed.  The Book of Leadership Wisdom:  Classic Writings by Legendary Business Leaders.  New York:  Wiley, 1998.  493pp.  (HD57.7 .B66 1998)

 

Landy, Marc, and Sidney M. Milkis.  Presidential Greatness.  Lawrence:  University Press of Kansas, 2000.  278pp.  (JK511 .L357 2000)

 

Laurent, Anne, ed.  The Manager’s Edge:  An Executive Guide to Managing for Results, Leveraging Technology, Controlling Costs, Outsourcing and Privatization, Capitol Planning, Culture Change.  Washington:  National Journal Group, 1998.  66pp.  (JK468 .P75M25 1998)

 

Ledeen, Michael A.  Machiavelli on Modern Leadership:  Why Machiavelli's Iron Rules Are as Timely and Important Today as Five Centuries Ago.  New York:  Truman Talley Books, 1999.  202pp.  (JC143 .M4L38 1999)

 

Lencioni, Patrick.  The Five Temptations of a CEO:  A Leadership Fable.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1998.  134pp.  (PS3562 .E479F5 1998)

 

Lissack, Michael, and Hugh Gunz.  Managing Complexity in Organizations:  A View in Many Directions.  Westport:  Quorum, 1999.  417pp.  (HD30.28 .M35 1999)

 

Lussier, James W., and Terrill F. Saxon.  Critical Factors in the Art of Battle Command.  Fort Leavenworth, KS:  U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, Fort Leavenworth Research Unit, 1994.  1 vol.  (UB210 .L87 1994)

 

Lykke, Arthur F., Jr. ed.  Military Strategists:  Past and Present:  A Reference Text for the U.S. Army War College.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 1994.  418pp.  (U413 .M341 1994)

 

Mackoff, Barbara, and Gary Wenet.  The Inner Work of Leaders:  Leadership as a Habit of Mind.  New York:  AMACOM, 2001.  226pp.  (HD57.7 .M335 2001)

 

 

Magee, Roderick R., II, ed.  Strategic Leadership Primer.  Carlisle Barracks, PA:  U.S. Army War College, 1998.  60pp.  (U413 .C67S77 1998)

 

Maihafer, Harry J.  Brave Decisions:  Fifteen Profiles in Courage and Character from American Military History.  Dulles, VA:  Brassey’s, 1999.  263pp.  (U22.3 .M311 1999)

 

Main, S.J., trans.  “It’s the Thought Process That First Went to War”:  Strategic Leadership in the Great Patriotic War:  A Commentary.  Camberley, Surrey:  Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, Conflict Studies Research Centre, 2000.  15pp.  (U520 .R1 2000 M13)

 

Manz, Charles C.  The Leadership Wisdom of Jesus:  Practical Lessons for Today.  San Francisco:  Berrett-Koehler, 1998.  178pp.  (BT304 .M15 1998)

 

Markessini, Joan.  Executive Leadership in a Changing World Order:  Requisite Skills:  The First Literature Review.  Alexandria:  CAE-Link, 1996.  85pp.  (UB200 .M17 1996)

 

Markessini, Joan.  Strategic Leadership in a Changing World Order:  Requisite Cognitive Skills.  Alexandria:  CAE-Link, 1995.  75pp.  (UB200 .M37 1995)

 

Marquardt, Michael J., and Nancy O. Berger.  Global Leaders for the Twenty-First Century.  Albany:  State University of New York Press, 2000.  211pp.  (HD38.2 .M37 2000)

 

Martin, Peter J.  Leader Competencies:  Implications for Force XXI:  FY 95 Mobile Strike Force Battle Command Experiment.  Fort Leavenworth, KS:  TRADOC Analysis Center, 1995.  18pp.  (UB210 .M16 1995)

 

Matthews, Lloyd J., ed.  Building and Maintaining Healthy Organizations:  The Key to Future Success.  Carlisle Barracks, PA:  U.S. Army War College, Department of Command, Leadership, and Management, 2001.  187pp.  (U413 .D2B83 2001)

 

McCall, Morgan W.  High Flyers:  Developing the Next Generation of Leaders.  Boston:  Harvard Business School Press, 1998.  254pp.  (HD30.4 .M424 1998)

 

McCann, Carol, and Ross Pigeau, eds.  The Human in Command:  Exploring the Modern Military Experience.  Proceedings of a NATO Research and Technology Organization (RTO) Workshop on the Human in Command, 8-12 June 1998, Kingston, Jamaica.  New York:  Kluwer Academic/Plenum, 2000.  441pp.  (UB212 .H86 2000)

 

McCauley, Cynthia D., Russ S. Moxley, and Ellen Van Velsor, eds.  The Center for Creative Leadership Handbook of Leadership Development.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass; Greensboro:  Center for Creative Leadership, 1998.  481pp.  (HD57.7 .C46 1998)

 

McMaster, H.R.  Dereliction of Duty:  Lyndon Johnson, Robert McNamara, the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Lies That Led to Vietnam.  New York:  HarperCollins, 1997.  446pp.  (DS558 .M43 1997)

 

Megargee, Geoffrey P.  Inside Hitler's High Command.  Lawrence:  University Press of Kansas, 2000.  327pp.  (D757 .M35 2000)

 

Meyer, Edward C., et al.  The Chiefs of Staff, United States Army:  On Leadership and the Profession of Arms.  Washington:  Pentagon, Information Management Support Center, 2000.  120pp.  (PN6084 .W35C45 2000)

 

Mintzberg, Henry, Bruce Ahlstrand, and Joseph Lampel.  Strategy Safari:  A Guided Tour through the Wilds of Strategic Management.  New York:  Free Press, 1998.  406pp.  (HD30.28 .M34 1998)

 

Morrell, Margot, and Stephanie Capparell.  Shackleton’s Way:  Leadership Lessons from the Great Antarctic Explorer.  New York:  Viking, 2001.  238pp.  (HD57.7 .M668 2001)

 

Morton, Louis.  Strategy and Command:  The First Two Years.  United States Army in World War II Series.  Washington:  U.S. Department of the Army, Office of the Chief of Military History, 1962.  761pp.  (D769 .A533 v. 2  pt. 15)

 

Moten, Matthew.  The Delafield Commission and the American Military Profession.  College Station:  Texas A & M University Press, 2000.  270pp.  (UB413 .M69 2000)

 

Myrer, Anton.  Once An Eagle:  A Novel.  Originally published in 1968.  New York:  HarperCollins, 2000.  938pp.  (PZ4 .M9981On 2000)

 

Nanus, Burt, and Stephen M. Dobbs.  Leaders Who Make a Difference:  Essential Strategies for Meeting the Nonprofit Challenge.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1999.  279pp.  (HD62.6  .N36 1999)

 

Olmstead, Joseph A.  Executive Leadership:  Building World-Class Organizations.  Houston:  Cashman Dudley, 2000.  303pp.  (HD57.7 .O45 2000)

 

O'Toole, James.  Leadership A to Z:  A Guide for the Appropriately Ambitious.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1999.  336pp.  (HD57.7 .O865 1999)

 

Owen, Hilarie.  In Search of Leaders.  New York:  Wiley, 2000.  168pp.  (HD57.7 .O95 2000)

 

Palmer, Michael A.  Lee Moves North:  Robert E. Lee on the Offensive.  New York:  Wiley, 1998.  189pp.  (E467.1 .L4P35 1998)

 

Patterson, James S.  Commander’s Intent:  It’s Evolution in the United States Army.  Fort Leavenworth, KS:  U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, School of Advanced Military Studies, 1995.  83pp.  (U415 .A42 95 P17)

 

Pava, Moses L.  The Search for Meaning in Organizations:  Seven Practical Questions for Ethical Managers.  Westport:  Quorum, 1999.  162pp.  (HF5387 .P38 1999)

 

Pearman, Roger R.  Hard Wired Leadership:  Unleashing the Power of Personality to Become a New Millennium Leader.  Palo Alto:  Davies-Black, 1998.  238pp.  (BF637 .L4P43 1998)

 

Perry, James M.  Arrogant Armies:  Great Military Disasters and the Generals behind Them.  New York:  Wiley, 1996.  314pp.  (D214 .P49 1996)

 

Peters, Thomas J., and Nancy Austin.  A Passion for Excellence:  The Leadership Difference.  New York:  Random House, 1985.  427pp.  (HD70 .U5P425 1985)

 

Petzinger, Thomas, Jr.  The New Pioneers:  The Men and Women Who Are Transforming the Workplace and Marketplace.  New York:  Simon & Schuster, 1999.  302pp.  (HD31 .P28 1999)

 

Pfiffner, James P.  The Strategic Presidency:  Hitting the Ground Running, 2nd rev. ed.  Lawrence:  University Press of Kansas, 1996.  249pp.  (JK518 .P45 1996)

 

Puryear, Edgar F., Jr.  American Generalship:  Character Is Everything:  The Art of Command.  Novato, CA:  Presidio Press, 2000.  374pp.  (UB210 .P81 2000)

 

Ready, J. Lee.  Arrogance on the Battlefield:  A Primary Cause of Defeat, 1755-1991.  London:  Arms and Armour, 1996.  304pp.  (UB210 .R39 1996)

 

Reid, Brian Holden.  A Doctrinal Perspective, 1988-98.  The British style of Command.  Camberley, Surrey:  Strategic and Combat Studies Institute, 1998.  56pp.  (U163 .S7 no. 33)

 

Reimer, Dennis J.  Leadership and Change in a Values-Based Army:  A Leader’s Guide.  Washington:  Department of the Army, 1997.  18pp.  (UB210 .L214 1997)

 

Reimer, Dennis J., and James Jay Carafano, ed.  Soldiers Are Our Credentials:  The Collected Works and Selected Papers of the Thirty-Third Chief of Staff, United States Army.  Washington:  U.S. Army Center of Military History, 2000.  283pp.  (UB200 .R23 2000)

 

Rejai, Mostafa, and Kay Phillips.  Leaders and Leadership:  An Appraisal of Theory and Research.  Westport:  Praeger, 1997.  127pp.  (HM146 .R24 1997)

 

Ritter, Rus.  Managing the Civilian Workforce:  A Guide for the Military Manager, 2nd ed.  Huntsville:  FPMI Communications, Inc., 1995.  161pp.  (UB193 .M36 1995)

 

Root-Bernstein, Robert Scott, and Michele Root-Bernstein.  Sparks of Genius:  The Thirteen Thinking Tools of the World’s Most Creative People.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 1999.  401pp.  (BF408 .R66 1999)

 

Rosenbach, William E., and Robert L. Taylor, eds.  Contemporary Issues in Leadership, 4th ed.  Boulder, CO:  Westview Press, 1998.  249pp.  (HM141 .C69 1998)

 

Rozell, Mark J., and William D. Pederson, eds.  FDR and the Modern Presidency:  Leadership and Legacy.  Westport:  Praeger, 1997.  242pp.  (E806 .F37 1997)

 

Ruggiero, Vincent Ryan.  Becoming a Critical Thinker, 2nd ed.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 1996.  134pp.  (BF455 .R85 1996)

 

Russell, Richard L.  George F. Kennan's Strategic Thought:  The Making of an American Political Realist.  Westport:  Praeger, 1999.  178pp.  (E748 .K374R87 1999)

 

Sa, Jorge A. Vasconcellos e.  The Warlords:  Strategy and Tactics for Competitive Advantage.  Dover, NH:  Kogan Page, 1999.  199pp.  (HD30.28 .S2 1999)

 

Sanchez, Ron, and Aime Heene, eds.  Strategic Learning and Knowledge Management.  New York:  Wiley, 1997.  235pp.  (HD58.8 .S77 1997)

 

Schein, Edgar H.  The Corporate Culture Survival Guide:  Sense and Nonsense about Culture Change.  “A Warren Bennis Book.”  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1999.  199pp.  (HD58.7 .S32 1999)

 

Schein, Edgar H.  Organizational Culture and Leadership, 2nd ed.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1997.  418pp.  (HD58.7 .S33 1997)

 

Schell, Bernadette H.  Management in the Mirror:  Stress and Emotional Dysfunction in Lives at the Top.  Westport:  Quorum, 1999.  251pp.  (HD38.2 .S33 1999)

 

Schiro, James J., ed.  Memo to the President:  Management Advice from the Nation’s Top CEOs.  New York:  Wiley, 2000.  237pp.  (HD57.7 .M46 2000)

 

Schultz, James V.  A Framework for Military Decision Making Under Risks.  Thesis.  Maxwell Air Force Base, AL:  Air University Press, 1997.  49pp.  (UG635.3 .U51TH S14)

 

Schwartz, Peter.  The Art of the Long View:  Paths to Strategic Insight for Yourself and Your Company.  New York:  Currency Doubleday, 1996.  272pp.  (HD30.28 .S316 1996)

 

Seelye, H. Ned., and Alan Seelye-James.  Culture Clash:  Managing in a Multicultural World.  Lincolnwood, IL:  NTC Business Books, 1995.  198pp.  (HD58.7 .S43 1995)

 

Senge, Peter M.  The Fifth Discipline:  The Art and Practice of the Learning Organization.  Originally published in 1990.  New York:  Currency/Doubleday, 1994.  423pp.  (HD58.9 .S46 1994)

 

Senge, Peter M., et al.  The Dance of Change:  The Challenges of Sustaining Momentum in Learning Organizations.  New York:  Currency Doubleday, 1999.  596pp.  (HD58.82 .D36 1999)

 

 

Sentell, Gerald D.  Creating Change-Capable Cultures.  Alcoa, TN:  Pressmark International, 1998.  319pp.  (HD58.8 .S25 1998)

 

Shambach, Stephen A.  Strategic Leadership Workshop Proceedings:  Strategic Decisionmaking in the Information Age.  Carlisle Barracks, PA:  U.S. Army War College, Department of Command, Leadership and Management, 1996.  1 vol.  (U413 .S751 1996)

 

Sheffield, G.D.  Leadership in the Trenches:  Officer-Man Relations, Morale and Discipline in the British Army in the Era of the First World War.  New York:  St. Martin’s Press; London:  King’s College, 2000.  270pp.  (UB415 .G7S54 2000)

 

Sheffield, G.D., ed.  Leadership and Command:  The Anglo-American Military Experience Since 1861.  Washington:  Brassey’s, 1997.  242pp.  (UB210 .L33 1997)

 

Sheffield, Gary, and Geoffrey Till, eds.  Challenges of High Command in the Twentieth Century.  Camberley, Surrey:  Strategic and Combat Studies Institute, 2000.  142pp.  (U163 .S7  no. 38)

 

Shope, Virginia C., comp.  Ethics:  A Selected Bibliography, 5th rev. ed.  Carlisle Barracks, PA:  U.S. Army War College, 2000.  40pp.  (U413 .Z92E73 2000)

 

Shukiar, Herbert J., John D. Winkler, and John E. Peters.  Enhancing the Retention of Army Noncommissioned Officers.  Santa Monica:  Rand, 2000.  97pp.  (UB408.5 .S478 2000)

 

Skowronek, Stephen.  The Politics Presidents Make:  Leadership from John Adams to Bill Clinton.  Cambridge:  Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1997.  546pp.  (JK511 .S55 1997)

 

Smith, Hugh, ed.  Preparing Future Leaders:  Officer Education and Training for the Twenty-First Century.  Canberra:  Australian Defence Studies Centre, 1998.  242pp.  (UA870 .P62 1998)

 

Snider, Don M., John A. Nagl, and Tony Pfaff.  Army Professionalism, the Military Ethic, and Officership in the 21st Century.  Carlisle Barracks, PA:  U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 1999.  50pp.  (U413 .A66S61 1999)

 

Spahr, William J.  Stalin’s Lieutenants:  A Study of Command under Duress.  Novato, CA:  Presidio Press, 1997.  322pp.  (DK267 .S63 1997)

 

Stavridis, James, and William P. Mack.  Command at Sea.  Annapolis, MD:  Naval Institute Press, 1999.  466pp.  (VB203 .M34 1999)

 

Steinberg, Alma G., and Diana M. Foley.  Leaders’ Guide for Contingency Operations:  The Human Dimension.  Alexandria:  U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, 1998.  32pp.  (UB210 .S74 1998)

 

Stoskus, Paul J.  Theory into Practice:  Colin Powell’s Uses of Power during the Gulf War.  Washington:  Industrial College of the Armed Forces, 1999.  81pp.  (U428 .I52E9S76 1999)

 

Strauss, Barry S., and Josiah Ober.  The Anatomy of Error:  Ancient Military Disasters and Their Lessons for Modern Strategists.  New York:  St. Martin’s Press, 1990.  272pp.  (U29 .S77 1990)

 

Sumida, Jon Tetsuro.  Inventing Grand Strategy and Teaching Command:  The Classic Works of Alfred Thayer Mahan Reconsidered.  Washington:  Woodrow Wilson Center Press; Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997.  164pp.  (V25 .S85 1997)

 

Taylor, Robert L., and William E. Rosenbach, eds.  Military Leadership:  In Pursuit of Excellence, 4th ed.  Boulder, CO:  Westview Press, 2000.  257pp.  (UB210 .M553 2000)

 

Trattner, John H.  The 2000 Prune Book:  How to Succeed in Washington’s Top Jobs.  Washington:  Brookings Institution Press, 2000.  354pp.  (JK723 .E9T73 2000)

 

Truskie, Stanley D.  Leadership in High Performance Organizational Cultures.  Westport:  Quorum Books, 1999.  147pp.  (HD57.7 .T78 1999)

 

Ulmer, Walter F., Jr., Joseph J. Collins, and T.O. Jacobs.  American Military Culture in the Twenty-First Century:  A Report of the CSIS International Security Program.  Washington:  Center for Strategic and International Studies, 2000.  116pp.  (UA23 .A65 2000)

 

Ulrich, David, Jack Zenger, and Norm Smallwood.  Results-Based Leadership.  Boston:  Harvard Business School Press, 1999.  234pp.  (HD57.7 .U47 1999)

 

U.S. Army Command and General Staff College.  Combat Studies Institute.  Studies in Battle Command.  Fort Leavenworth, KS:  U.S. Army Command and General Staff College; Washington:  U.S. Government Printing Office, 1995.  175pp.  (UB210 .S88 1995)

 

U.S. Army War College.  Experiences in Division Command.  Carlisle Barracks, PA:  U.S. Army Military History Institute, 1998.  1 vol.  (UB210 .E95)

 

U.S. Army War College.  Department of Command, Leadership, and Management.  How the Army Runs:  A Senior Leader Reference Handbook, 1999-2000.  Carlisle Barracks, PA:  U.S. Army War College, 1999.  1 vol.  (U413 .A761)

 

U.S. Army War College.  Department of Command, Leadership, and Management.  Strategic Leadership:  Selected Readings.  Reprints of articles selected by USAWC faculty for curriculum studies.  Carlisle Barracks, PA:  U.S. Army War College, 2000.  2 vols.  (U413 AY01 S762)

 

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U.S. Department of the Army.  Army Leadership:  Be, Know, Do.  Field Manual 22-100.  Washington:  U.S. Department of the Army, 31 August 1999.

 

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U.S. Department of the Army.  The Officer/NCO Relationship:  Words of Wisdom and Tips for Success from Senior Officers and NCOs, 2nd ed.  Washington:  Pentagon, Information Management Support Center, 1997.  48pp.  (U113 .O341 1997)

 

U.S. Industrial College of the Armed Forces.  Strategic Leadership and Decision Making:  Preparing Senior Executives for the 21st Century.  Washington:  National Defense University Press, 1997.  425pp.  (U428 .I52S73 1997)

 

Van Creveld, Martin.  Command in War.  Cambridge:  Harvard University Press, 1985.  339pp.  (UB212 .V36 1985)

 

Van der Heijden, Kees.  Scenarios:  The Art of Strategic Conversation.  New York:  Wiley, 1996.  305pp.  (HD30.3 .V15 1996)

 

Vicere, Albert A., and Robert M. Fulmer.  Leadership by Design.  Originally published as Crafting Competitiveness in 1996.  Boston:  Harvard Business School Press, 1998.  337pp.  (HD30.4 .V53 1998)

 

Wheatley, Margaret J.  Leadership and the New Science:  Discovering Order in a Chaotic World, 2nd ed.  San Francisco:  Berrett-Koehler, 1999.  197pp.  (Q158.5 .W43 1999)

 

Wheeler, Tom.  Leadership Lessons from the Civil War:  Winning Strategies for Today’s Managers.  New York:  Currency Doubleday, 2000.  233pp.  (HD57.7 .W45 2000)

 

 

Wilhelm, Karen S.  The Image of Military Leadership:  To Be or Not To Be a Hero.  Fort Leavenworth, KS:  U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, School of Advanced Military Studies, 1994.  53pp.  (U415 .A42 95 W34)

 

Winkler, John D., et al.  Future Leader Development of Army Noncommissioned Officers:  Workshop Results.  Santa Monica:  Rand, 1998.  216pp.  (UB408.5 .F88 1998)

 

Wong, Leonard.  Generations Apart:  Xers and Boomers in the Officer Corps.  Carlisle Barracks, PA:  U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 2000.  30pp.  (U413 .A66W66 2000)

 

Wood, W.J.  Civil War Generalship:  The Art of Command.  Westport:  Praeger, 1997.  269pp.  (E470 .W66 1997)

 

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Woodworth, Steven E.  No Band of Brothers:  Problems in the Rebel High Command.  Columbia:  University of Missouri Press, 1999.  182pp.  (E487 .W68 1999)

 

Woodworth, Steven E., ed.  The Art of Command in the Civil War.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 1998.  193pp.  (E470 .A78 1998)

 

Woodworth Steven E., ed.  Civil War Generals in Defeat.  Lawrence:  University Press of Kansas, 1999.  240pp.  (E470 .C59 1999)

 

Worden, R. Michael.  Rise of the Fighter Generals:  The Problem of Air Force Leadership, 1945-1982.  Maxwell Air Force Base, AL:  Air University Press, 1998.  281pp.  (UG793 .W67 1998)

 

Wren, Daniel A., and Ronald G. Greenwood.  Management Innovators:  The People and Ideas That Have Shaped Modern Business.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1998.  254pp.  (HC102.5 .A2W74 1998)

 

Yamamoto, M.M., comp.  An Anthology of Command and Staff:  Perspectives and Lessons Learned.  Washington:  Pentagon, Information Management Support Center, 1995.  230pp.  (UB220 .Y15 1995)

 

Yamamoto, M. M., comp.  The US Army Noncommissioned Officer Corps:  A Selected Bibliography.  Washington:  Pentagon, Information Management Support Center, 1998.  34pp.  (Z6724 .O3Y2 1998)

 

Zaccaro, Stephen J.  The Nature of Executive Leadership:  A Conceptual and Empirical Analysis of Success.  Washington:  American Psychological Association, 2001.  363pp.  (HD38.2 .Z12 2001)

 

 

USAWC Student Papers

 

The following U.S. Army War College student papers are also available from the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) and the National Technical Information Service (NTIS).  Papers added to DTIC’s database as of September 1998 are available in full text PDF format at DTIC’s web site:  http://stinet.dtic.mil/ .  Please note, references in this section are listed in an abbreviated bibliographic format.

 

Acker, Christopher A.  Normandy Breakout:  Strategic Decisions and Leadership Actions in Operations Goodwood and Cobra.  U.S. Army War College, 1 April 2000.  22pp.  (AD-A378-220)

 

Armbrister, Scott L.  Officer Candidate School (OCS):  Relevance into the 21st Century.  U.S. Army War College, 1 March 1999.  28pp.  (AD-A362-971)

 

Aslantas, Halil.  Strategic Vision of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk.  U.S. Army War College, 7 April 1997.  27pp.  (AD-A326-551)

 

Baylor, Richard A.  Field Marshal Sir William J. Slim:  Paragon of Moral and Ethical Courage.  U.S. Army War College, 10 February 1998.  29pp.  (AD-A339-278)

 

Belfiglio, E. James.  Strategic Leadership:  Comparing Business and Military Senior Leadership.  U.S. Army War College, 2 June 1999.  36pp.  (DDE 1999 B24)

 

Biering, Michael W.  Getting Serious about Leadership:  What Do We Have to Hide?  U.S. Army War College, 12 February 1999.  45pp.  (AD-A363-432)

 

Bigler, Katherine M.  The Use of Official Photographs in the Army Officer Promotion Selection Board Process.  USAWC Senior Service College Fellowship study project.  U.S. Army War College, 1 May 2000.  35pp.  (AD-A380-022)

 

Bocklage, Brian F.  George Washington's Strategic Leader Competencies.  U.S. Army War College, 4 March 2000.  19pp.  (AD-A377-181)

 

Bradshaw, Jody L.  Theodore Roosevelt:  Activated Vision through the Bully Pulpit.  U.S. Army War College, 7 April 1999.  86pp.  (AD-A363-268)

 

Bragg, Frank B., Jr.  Braxton Bragg:  Military Strategist.  U.S. Army War College, 1 April 1998.  32pp.  (AD-A342-247)

 

Breslin, Charles B.  Organizational Culture and the Military.  U.S. Army War College, 10 April 2000.  37pp.  (AD-A378-263)

 

Brown, Carol A.  General Harold K. Johnson and the Ambiguities of Strategic Leadership.  U.S. Army War College, 31 March 1999.  23pp.  (AD-A363-378)

 

Cartwright, Carl J.  The Education and Development of the Strategic Leader from 1919-1940:  Is There Relevance Today?  U.S. Army War College, 10 April 2000.  36pp.  (AD-A377-233)

 

Coburn, William E.  The Reagan Way:  Using Leadership Skills for Strategic Success.  U.S. Army War College, 10 April 2000.  22pp.  (AD-A374-950)

 

Conaway, Donald G., Patricia B. Genung, and Joseph B. McMillan.  Military Leadership of Civilian Personnel:  Achieving a Balance.  USAWC Senior Service College Fellowship study project.  U.S. Army War College; Cambridge, MA:  John F. Kennedy School of Government, 1996.  59pp.  (AD-A311-162)

 

Corbett, Arthur J.  Proliferating Decision Makers:  Root Cause of the Next RMA.  U.S. Army War College, 7 April 1999.  40pp.  (AD-A364-626)

 

DeMars, Bonnie J.  Leadership for the Twenty-First Century.  U.S. Army War College, 18 March 1997.  43pp.  (AD-A326-675)

 

Dwyer, James C.  Deployment Readiness Is Truly Commander's Business.  U.S. Army War College, 13 April 1997.  33pp.  (AD-A326-673)

 

Ellefson, Kristi G.  Advancing Army Women as Senior Leaders:  Understanding the Obstacles.  U.S. Army War College, 20 January1998.  33pp.  (AD-A344-984)

 

Evans, David L.  MG(Ret) Benjamin J. Butler:  A Historical Perspective of Leadership on the Battlefield.  U.S. Army War College, 27 April1998.  42pp.  (AD-A345-612)

 

Finnegan, Michael J.  General Eisenhower’s Battle for Control of the Strategic Bombers in Support of Operation Overlord:  A Case Study in Unity of Command.  Winner of USAWC Foundation Award for Strategic Leadership.  U.S. Army War College, 1 April 1999.  63pp.  (AD-A364-514)

 

Gallagher, Barry B.  Vision:  The Strategic Leader Imperative.  U.S. Army War College, 1 April 1998.  28pp.  (AD-A345-905)

 

Gardner, John D., Stanley A. McChrystal, and Timothy P. McHale.  Bridging the Competence Gap:  Developing Tactical Leaders for the Army of 2015.  USAWC Senior Service College Fellowship study project.  U.S. Army War College; Cambridge, MA:  John F. Kennedy School of Government, 1997.  62pp.  (AD-A328-200)

 

Glodowski, Daniel B.  Resource Management and the Strategic Leader.  U.S. Army War College, 7 April1999.  25pp.  (AD-A364-463)

 

Goncharov, Vladislav A.  Marshal Zhukov:  Warrior, Commander, Citizen.  U.S. Army War College, 1 April 1999.  29pp.  (AD-A382-914)

 

Gordon, James E.  Influences in the Making of Black Strategic Leaders.  U.S. Army War College, 5 April 1996.  30pp.  (AD-A309-190)

 

Hampson, Michael N.  The Lessons of Experience:  How Strategic Leaders in the United States Army Develop and Their Lessons Learned.  U.S. Army War College, 12 April 1998.  38pp.  (AD-A344-985)

 

Hannon, Nanci.  A Study of the Effect of Organizational Culture on Leadership Practices within Defense Agencies.  U.S. Army War College, 10 April 2000.  34pp.  (AD-A377-647)

 

Harrison, Michael T.  Martin Luther King, Jr.:  His Strategic Vision, Leadership, and Conflict/Alliances with the Kennedy Administration.  U.S. Army War College, 13 March 2000.  20pp.  (AD-A377-609)

 

Hayes, Michael T.  Battle Command:  What Is It, Why It Is Important, and How to Get It.  U.S. Army War College, 15 April 1996.  31pp.  (AD-A308-979)

 

Jerabek, David J.  Admiral Chester W. Nimitz's Strategic Leadership during World War II.  U.S. Army War College, 7 April 1999.  40pp.  (AD-A364-053)

 

Jussel, Paul C.  In or Out of the Box:  A Leader's Creative Thinking.  U.S. Army War College, 7 April 2000.  16pp.  (AD-A378-262)

 

Kay, Ronald E.  Strategic Leadership:  It Doesn't Take a Bully.  U.S. Army War College, 28 April 1998.  29pp.  (AD-A345-516)

 

Kendrick, Carrie W.  African American Officers’ Role in the Future Army.  Senior Service College Fellowship study project.  U.S. Army War College; Washington:  Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, May 1998.  59pp.  (AD-A352-899)

 

Killen, Jack L.  Strategic Visions, Why They Fail.  U.S. Army War College, 25 April 1997.  36pp.  (AD-A326-723)

 

King, Joseph.  Strategic Leadership:  Leading Change in a New Age.  U.S. Army War College, 1 April 1999.  50pp.  (AD-A364-146)

 

Landrith, Mark S.  The Effect of Personality of Senior Leaders on the Outcome of the Battle of Gettysburg.  U.S. Army War College, 29 March 1997.  30pp.  (AD-A326- 617)

 

Leatherman, John E.  General Creighton Abrams:  Ethical Leadership at the Strategic Level.  U.S. Army War College, 1 April 1998.  32pp.  (AD-A339-280)

 

LeBoeuf, Joseph N.G.  Feedback:  A Critical Leadership Resource.  U.S. Army War College, 7 April 1997.  33pp.  (AD-A326-794)

 

Lyon, Joan M.G.  Individual Health Readiness:  A Leadership Responsibility.  USAWC Senior Service College Fellowship study project.  U.S. Army War College; Rockville, MD:  Department of Health and Human Services, 1 May 1999.  35pp.  (AD-A366-749)

 

Martin, Gregg F.  Jesus the Strategic Leader.  U.S. Army War College, 5 April 2000.  40pp.  (AD-A378-218)

 

Mason, Elmer James.  Diversity:  2015 and the Afro-American Army Officer.  U.S. Army War College, 6 April 1998.  32pp.  (AD-A343-314)

 

McLeroy, Douglas S.  The Strategic Leader and Despair.  U.S. Army War College, 7 April 1997.  29pp.  (AD-A326-645)

 

Melody, Paul E.  GEN Omar Bradley and the Korean War:  A Study in Modern Strategic Leader Competence.  U.S. Army War College, 6 April 1998.  39pp.  (AD-A344-853)

 

Mitchell, Glenn W.  The New Math for Leaders:  Useful Ideas from Chaos Theory.  U.S. Army War College, 31 March 1998.  37pp.  (AD-A345-511)

 

Mocello, Gerald A.  The Battle of the Ardennes:  Analysis of Strategic Leadership and Decisions.  U.S. Army War College, 7 April 1999.  76pp.  (AD-A363-965)

 

Moosmann, Christopher P.  Senior Leader Credibility.  U.S. Army War College, 23 February 2000.  16pp.  (AD-A374-918)

 

Nunn, James H.  Leadership Challenges in the Digital World.  U.S. Army War College, 15 April 1997.  31pp.  (AD-A326-545)

 

Pasierb, Barbara L.  Educating the 21st Century Leader:  A Critical View of the Military

     Senior Service Colleges with an Eye toward Jointness.  U.S. Army War College, 17

     April 1998.  33pp.  (AD-A345-477)

 

Phillips, James R.  Accountability:  The Pillar of Successful Command.  U.S. Army War   College, 1996.  32pp.  (AD-A309-480)

 

Rector, George E., et al.  Decision Making for the Strategic Leader.  U.S. Army War College, 13 March 1997.  1 vol.  (AD-A326-957)

 

Redmond, Dennis K.  Gustavus Adolphus:  Father of Combined Arms Warfare.  U.S. Army War College, 10 April 2000.  20pp.  (AD-A378-251)

 

Rendall, Thomas H.  Warriors to Bureaucrats:  Why Officers Start Out to Be Sam Damon and End Up Courtney Massengale.  U.S. Army War College, 9 April 2000.  18pp.  (AD-A377-930)

 

 

Robinson, Michael C.  Hindsight Serving Foresight:  The Role of History in Strategic Leadership.  U.S. Army War College, 15 March 1998.  33pp.  (AD-A344-884)

 

Robison, Beth A.  Mentoring Women in the U.S. Army.  U.S. Army War College, 26 April 1999.  36pp.  (AD-A364-615)

 

Rohde, Aleksandra Miesak.  The World in 4 M’s:  A Strategy Primer.  USAWC Senior Service College Fellowship study project.  U.S. Army War College; Washington:  Center for Strategic and International Studies, 13 May 1999.  21pp.  (AD-A367-543)

 

Scherb, Barbara J.  Gender Communication Differences:  The Impact on Strategic Leadership and Decisionmaking.  U.S. Army War College, 17 March 1997.  26pp.  (AD-A326-430)

 

Schwitters, James H.  Cultural Hindrances to the Development of Strategic Leadership.  U.S. Army War College, 12 April 1996.  29pp.  (AD-A308-619)

 

Smith, David J.  The Army and Franklin Covey Leadership Models:  A Comparison.  U.S. Army War College, 13 March 2000,  22pp.  (AD-A377-446)

 

Smith, Matthew L.  J.F.C. Fuller:  His Methods, Insights, and Vision.  U.S. Army War College, 1 April 1999.  24pp.  (AD-A363-919)

 

Stanley, Julie K.  An Analysis of the Psychosocial Development of the Female Strategic Leader.  U.S. Army War College, 1 April 2000.  39pp.  (AD-A377-583)

 

Steedley, Kerry M.  Developing a Strategic Leadership Model for the Military Chaplaincy.  U.S. Army War College, 7 April 1999.  32pp.  (AD-A375-007)

 

Stephenson, Paul D.  Strategic Myopia:  The Vision and Failure of Eleutherios Venizelos.  U.S. Army War College, 15 April 1996.  25pp.  (AD-A 309-438)

 

Strafer, Janet B.  The Ethical Dilemmas of Golda Meir.  U.S. Army War College, 15 April 1997.  23pp.  (AD-A326-570)

 

Sweatt, Owen.  Leadership as Teachership.  USAWC Senior Service College Fellowship study project.  U.S. Army War College, 28 May 1997.  40pp.  (AD-A328-187)

 

Tart, Randal G.  Civil-Military Relations and Gen Maxwell Taylor:  Getting It Right and Getting It Wrong!  Winner of Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff Strategy Essay Competition Distinguished Essays.  U.S. Army War College, 7 April 1997.  31pp.  (AD-A326-488)

 

Topete, Hector E.  Under-Representation of Hispanic-Americans in the U.S. Army’s  Officer Corps:  A Study of an Inverse Dynamic.  USAWC Senior Service College Fellowship study project.  U.S. Army War College; Washington:  Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, 14 May 1999.  52pp.  (AD-A366-745)

 

Twohig, John J.  "The Political General":  Challenges for Strategic Leaders.  U.S. Army War College, 15 April 1996.  43pp.  (AD-A309-266)

 

Vosler, James.  A Guidebook for Developing Strategic Plans.  U.S. Army War College, 15 March 2000.  42pp.  (AD-A378-223)

 

Wasiak, Joseph E.  A Failure in Strategic Command:  Jefferson Davis, J.E. Johnston and the Western Theater.  U.S. Army War College, 6 April 1998.  30pp.  (AD-A346-356)

 

Weaver, Frank B.  General Creighton Abrams:  Ethical Leadership at the Strategic Level.  U.S. Army War College, 1 April 1999.  31pp.  (AD-A363-255)

 

Wederbrook, Earl S.  The Role of the Commander in Organizing the Joint Task Force.  U.S. Army War College, May 1997.  25pp.  (AD-A326-994)

 

Whitson, Samuel A.  Strategic Leadership Assessment of Peter the Great.  U.S. Army War College, 13 March 1998.  42pp.  (AD-A341-467)

 

Widen, S. Craig.  United States Military Cultures:  A Mandatory Lesson for Senior Service College Curriculum.  U.S. Army War College, 7 April 1997.  33pp.  (AD-A327-376

 

Winters, Kevin.  Access to the President by Combatant Commanders:  Does the Secretary of Defense Have too Much Power?  U.S. Army War College, 7 April 1998.  60pp.  (AD-A363-928)

 

 

Selected Strategic Leaders

 

Aleshire, Peter.  The Fox and the Whirlwind:  General George Crook and Geronimo:  A Paired Biography.  New York:  Wiley, 2000.  372pp.  (E99 .A6G343 2000)

 

Allardice, Bruce S.  More Generals in Gray.  Baton Rouge:  Louisiana State University Press, 1995.  301pp.  (E467 .A45 1995)

 

Andidora, Ronald.  Iron Admirals:  Naval Leadership in the Twentieth Century.  Westport:  Greenwood Press, 2000.  181pp.  (V61 .A53 2000)

 

Armstrong, Richard N.  Red Army Tank Commanders:  The Armored Guards.  Atglen, PA:  Schiffer, 1994.  475pp.  (UE252 .A75 1994)

 

Aron, Leon.  Yeltsin:  A Revolutionary Life.  New York:  St. Martin’s Press, 2000.  934pp.  (DK290.3 .Y45A76 2000)

 

Barnett, Correlli.  The Desert Generals.  London:  Cassel, 1999.  352pp.  (D766.82 .B32 1999)

 

Bell, William Gardner.  Commanding Generals and Chiefs of Staff, 1775-1995:  Portraits & Biographical Sketches of the United States Army’s Senior Officer.  CMH pub. 70-14.  Washington:  U.S. Army Center of Military History, 1997.  190pp.  (E181 .B53 1997)

 

Belote, Howard D.  Once in a Blue Moon:  Airmen in Theater Command:  Lauris Norstad, Albrecht Kesselring, and Their Relevance to the Twenty-First Century Air Force.  CADRE paper.  Maxwell Air Force Base, AL:  Air University Press, 2000.  107pp.  (UG635.33 .C2B45 2000)

 

Burne, Alfred H.  Lee, Grant, and Sherman:  A Study in Leadership in the 1864-65 Campaign.  Originally published by Gale & Polden in 1938.  Lawrence:  University Press of Kansas, 2000.  226pp.  (E470 .B884 2000)

 

Cannon, Lou.  President Reagan:  The Role of a Lifetime.  Originally published in 1991.  New York:  PublicAffairs, 2000.  883pp.  (E877 .C35 2000)

 

Clancy, Tom, with Chuck Horner.  Every Man a Tiger.  New York:  Putnam’s Sons, 1999.  564pp.  (DS79.724 .U6H673 1999)

 

Clancy, Tom, with Fred Franks, Jr.  Into the Storm:  A Study in Command.  New York:  Berkley Books, 1998.  562pp.  (DS79.724 .U6F7324 1998)

 

Cole, Alistair.  Francois Mitterand:  A Study in Political Leadership, 2nd ed.  London:  Routledge, 1997.  225pp.  (DC423 .C63 1997)

 

Cottrell, Leonard.  Hannibal:  Enemy of Rome.  Originally published as Enemy of Rome in 1960.  New York:  Da Capo, 1992.  (DG249 .C67 1992)

 

Cozzens, Peter.  General John Pope:  A Life for the Nation.  Urbana:  University of Illinois Press, 2000.  412pp.  (E467.1 .P67C68 2000)

 

Dallas, Roland.  King Hussein:  A Life on the Edge.  New York:  Fromm International, 1999.  306pp.  (DS154.55 .D32 1999)

 

Davis, Steven I.  Leadership in Conflict:  The Lessons of History.  New York:  St. Martin’s Press, 1996.  177pp.  (UB210 .D38 1996)

 

De Klerk, F.W.  The Last Trek -- A New Beginning:  The Autobiography.  New York:  St. Martin’s Press, 1999.  412pp.  (DT1970 .A3 1999)

 

Duiker, William J.  Ho Chi Minh.  New York:  Hyperion, 2000.  695pp.  (DS560.72 .H6D85 2000)

 

Dyson, Michael Eric.  I May Not Get There with You:  The True Martin Luther King, Jr..  New York:  Free Press, 2000.  404pp.  (E185.97 .K5D97 2000)

 

Eisenhower, John S.D.  Agent of Destiny:  The Life and Times of General Winfield Scott.  New York:  Free Press, 1997.  464pp.  (E403.1 .S4E37 1997)

 

Gallagher, John G.  The Iron Marshal:  A Biography of Louis N. Davout.  Originally published in 1976.  Mechanicsburg, PA:  Stackpole Books, 2000.  420pp.  (DC198 .D2G34 2000)

 

Gilliland, C. Herbert, and Robert Shenk.  Admiral Dan Gallery:  The Life and Wit of a Navy Original.  Annapolis, MD:  Naval Institute Press, 1999.  332pp.  (E746 .G35G55 1999)

 

Gorbachev, M.S.  Mikhail Gorbachev:  Memoirs.  Edition based on the translation by Georges Peronansky and Tatjana Varsavsky.  London:  Doubleday, 1996.  769pp.  (DK288 .M56 1996)

 

Hammond, N.G.L.  The Genius of Alexander the Great.  Chapel Hill:  University of North Carolina Press, 1997.  220pp.  (DF234.3 .H35 1997)

 

Hanson, Victor Davis.  The Soul of Battle:  From Ancient Times to the Present Day, How Three Great Liberators Vanquished Tyranny.  Epaminondas of Thebes, William T. Sherman, and George S. Patton.  New York:  Free Press, 1999.  480pp.  (D25.5 .H26 1999)

 

Horovitz, David, ed.  Shalom, Friend:  The Life and Legacy of Yitzhak Rabin.  New York:  NewMarket Press, 1996.  314pp.  (DS126.6 .R32S53 1996)

 

Johnston, William Preston.  The Life of Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston:  Embracing His Services in the Armies of the United States, the Republic of Texas, and the Confederate States.  Originally published in 1879.  New York:  Da Capo Press, 1997.  755pp.  (E467.1 .J73J7 1997)

 

Kershaw, Ian.  Hitler, 1889-1936:  Hubris.  New York:  Norton, 1999.  845pp.  (DD247 .H5K47 1999)

 

Kershaw, Ian.  Hitler, 1936-1945:  Nemesis.  New York:  Norton, 2000.  1115pp.  (DD247 .H5K463 2000)

 

Khrushchev, Sergei.  Nikita Khrushchev and the Creation of a Superpower.  Translated by Shirley Benson.  University Park, PA:  Pennsylvania State University Press, 2000.  765pp.  (DK275 .K5K4874 2000)

 

Krajeski, Paul C.  In the Shadow of Nelson:  The Naval Leadership of Admiral Sir Charles Cotton, 1753-1812.  Westport:  Greenwood Press, 2000.  219pp.  (DA87.1 .C74K61 2000)

 

Laning, Harris, and Mark Russell Shulman, ed.  An Admiral’s Yarn.  Newport, RI:  Naval War College Press, 1999.  468pp.  (V63 .L36A3 1999)

 

Larrabee, Eric.  Commander in Chief:  Franklin Delano Roosevelt, His Lieutenants, and Their War.  New York:  Simon & Schuster, 1988.  723pp.  (E807 .L261 1988)

 

Lebed’, Aleksandr.  General Alexander Lebed:  My Life and My Country.  Washington:  Regnery, 1997.  385pp.  (DK275 .L43A313 1997)

 

Leonard, Thomas M.  Castro and the Cuban Revolution.  Greenwood Press Guides to Historic Events of the Twentieth Century.  Westport:  Greenwood Press, 1999.  188pp.  (F1788 .L388 1999)

 

Lev, Yaacov.  Saladin in Egypt.  Boston:  Brill, 1998.  214pp.  (DT95.8 .L48 1998)

 

Lewin, Ronald.  Slim the Standardbearer:  A Biography of Field-Marshal the Viscount Slim, KG, GCB, GCMG, GCVO, GBE, DSO, MC.  Originally published in 1976.  Ware:  Wordsworth, 1999.  350pp.  (DA69.3 .S55L48 1999)

 

Liddell Hart, B.H.  Great Captains Unveiled.  Originally published in 1927.  New York:  Da Capo Press, 1996.  274pp.  (U51 .L5 1996)

 

Longacre, Edward G.  Pickett, Leader of the Charge:  A Biography of General George E. Pickett, C.S.A.  Shippensburg, PA:  White Mane, 1995.  242pp.  (E467.1 .P57L66 1995)

 

Mango, Andrew.  Ataturk:  The Biography of the Founder of Modern Turkey.  Woodstock, NY:  Overlook Press, 1999.  666pp.  (DR592 .K4M36 2000)

 

Miroff, Bruce.  Icons of Democracy:  American Leaders as Heroes, Aristocrats, Dissenters, and Democrats.  Lawrence:  University Press of Kansas, 2000.  422pp.  (E183 .M69 2000)

 

Pelling, Henry.  Winston Churchill.  Originally published in 1974.  Herfordshire:  Wordsworth, 1999.  724pp.  (DA566.9 .C5P38 1999)

 

Perret, Geoffrey.  Eisenhower.  New York:  Random House, 1999.  685pp.  (E836 .P47 1999)

 

Perret, Geoffrey.  Ulysses S. Grant:  Soldier & President.  New York:  Random House, 1997.  542pp.  (E672 .P44 1997)

 

Puryear, Edgar F., Jr.  Nineteen Stars:  A Study in Military Character and Leadership.  Novato, CA:  Presidio Press, 1994.  437pp.  (UB210 .P82 1994)

 

Reid, Stuart.  Wolfe:  The Career of General James Wolfe, from Culloden to Quebec.  New York:  Sarpedon, 2000.  224pp.  (UB200 .W54 2000)

 

Roth, David.  Sacred Honor:  A Biography of Colin Powell.  Grand Rapids, MI:  Zondervan, 1993.  256pp.  (E840.5 .P68R67 1993)

 

 

Rubinstein, Danny.  The Mystery of Arafat.  South Royalton, VT:  Steerforth Press, 1995.  140pp.  (DS119.7 .A6785R83 1995)

 

Sampson, Anthony.  Mandela:  The Authorized Biography.  New York:  Knopf, 1999.  672pp.  (DT1974 .S26 1999)

 

Shattan, Joseph.  Architects of Victory:  Six Heroes of the Cold War.  Truman, Churchill, Reagan, Adenauer, Solzhenitsyn, and Pope John Paul II.  Washington:  Heritage Foundation, 1999.  343pp.  (D843 .S43 1999)

 

Short, Philip.  Mao:  A Life.  New York:  Holt, 2000.  782pp.  (DS778 .M3S548 2000)

 

Simpson, Brooks D.  Ulysses S. Grant:  Triumph over Adversity, 1822-1865.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 2000.  533pp.  (E672 .S614 2000)

 

Sorley, Lewis.  Honorable Warrior:  General Harold K. Johnson and the Ethics of Command.  Lawrence:  University Press of Kansas, 1998.  364pp.  (E745 .J65S67 1998)

 

Sorley, Lewis.  Thunderbolt:  General Creighton Abrams and the Army of His Times.  Originally published in 1992.  Washington:  Brassey’s, 1998.  429pp.  (E745 .A37S67 1998)

 

Spahr, William J.  Zhukov:  The Rise and Fall of a Great Captain.  Novato, CA:  Presidio Press, 1993.  290pp.  (DK268 .Z52S6 1993)

 

Sweetman, Jack, ed.  The Great Admirals:  Command at Sea, 1587-1945.  Annapolis, MD:  Naval Institute Press, 1997.  535 pp.  (V61 .G74 1997)

 

Thatcher, Margaret.  The Path to Power.  New York:  HarperCollins, 1995.  656pp.  (DA591 .T47A3 1995)

 

Trest, Warren A.  Air Commando One:  Heinie Aderholt and America’s Secret Air Wars.  Washington:  Smithsonian Institution Press, 2000.  322pp.  (UG626.2 .A34T74 2000)

 

Warner, Ezra J.  Generals in Blue:  Lives of the Union Commanders.  Baton Rouge:  Louisiana State University Press, 1999.  680pp.  (E467 .W29 1999)

 

Warner, Ezra J.  Generals in Gray:  Lives of the Confederate Commanders.  Baton Rouge:  Louisiana State University Press, 1999.  420pp.  (E467 .W3 1999)

 

Weintraub, Stanley.  MacArthur’s War:  Korea and the Undoing of an American Hero.  New York:  Free Press, 2000.  385pp.  (DS919 .W46 2000)

 

Westlake, Martin, ed.  Leaders of Transition.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 2000.  178pp.  (JC330.3 .L395 2000)

 

 

Periodical Articles

 

Abernathy, Donna J.  “A Conversation with Rosabeth Moss Kanter about Leadership.”  Training & Development 52 (July 1998):  44-46.

 

Alexander, John.  “Leading Transition:  A Talk with William Bridges.”  Leadership in Action 19 (January-February 2000):  1-5.

 

Andrews, Charles.  “The Iron Fist -- A Stranglehold on Innovation.”  Marine Corps Gazette 85 (January 2001):  44-45.

 

Ankersen, C.P.  “Learning from Mistakes?  The Use and Abuse of History in Decision-Making.”  RUSI Journal 143 (October 1998):  50-53.

 

Barner, Robert.  “Five Steps to Leadership Competencies.”  Training & Development 54 (March 2000):  47-51.

 

Bass, Bernard M.  “Leading in the Army After Next.”  Military Review 78 (March-April 1998):  46-57.

 

Beck, John C., and Thomas H. Davenport.  “Commanding Attention:  A New Leadership Challenge.”  Leader to Leader no. 19 (Winter 2001):  29-35.

 

Beer, Michael, and Russell A. Eisenstat.  “The Silent Killers of Strategy Implementation and Learning.”  Sloan Management Review 41 (Summer 2000):  29-40.

 

Belasco, James A., and Jerre L. Stead.  “The Five Jobs of Leaders.”  Leader to Leader no. 14 (Fall 1999):  15-17.

 

Bennett, Jay E.  “Leading by Example.”  Army 48 (May 1998):  38.

 

Bergeman, Russell L.  “Are You Leading, Groping, or Muddling?  (Or All of the Above).”  Marine Corps Gazette 83 (June 1999):  42-43.

 

Betros, Lance A.  “Commander’s Vision and Inner Happiness.”  The Army Chaplaincy 98 (Winter 1998):  19-26.

 

Bigelow, Michael E.  “Knowing and Doing.”  Military Review 78 (May-June 1998):  64-72.

 

Blackwell, Paul E., and Gregory J. Bozek.  “Leadership for the New Millennium.”  Military Review 78 (May-June 1998):  41-46.

 

Blumenson, Martin.  “Measuring Generalship.”  Army 49 (March 1999):  8-12. 

 

Bodnar, John W.  “How Long Does It Take to Change a Culture?  Integration at the U.S. Naval Academy.”  Armed Forces & Society 25 (Winter 1999):  289-306.

 

Brant, Bruce A.  “Developing the Adaptive Leader.”  Field Artillery (September-October 2000):  24-27.

 

Bridges, William, and Susan Mitchell.  “Leading Transition:  A New Model for Change.”  Leader to Leader no. 16 (Spring 2000):  30-36.

 

Brinsfield, John W.  “Army Values and Ethics:  A Search for Consistency and Relevance.”  Parameters 28 (Autumn 1998):  69-84.

 

Brown, John Sloan.  “Army Chief of Staff Gen. Eric K. Shinseki’s List:  On the Value of Reading.”  Army 50 (December 2000):  7-8.

 

Burdette, Philip A.  “Sheep, Mavericks, and Institutional Behavior.”  Proceedings:  U.S. Naval Institute 125 (August 1999):  50-51.

 

Burnette, Thomas N., Jr.  “Building Better Leaders.”  Army 48 (October 1998):  121-122+.

 

Butler, Remo.  “Why Black Officers Fail.”  Parameters 29 (Autumn 1999):  54-69.

 

Byrne, Sean J.  “Looking for Sam Damon.”  Military Review 78 (May-June 1998):  53-63.

 

Camp, Richard D.  “Taking Command:  A Lesson in Leadership.”  Marine Corps Gazette 83 (June 1999):  76-84.

 

Cantrell, Mark E.  “Doctrine of Accountability.”  Marine Corps Gazette 82 (November 1998):  58-59.

 

Champy, James.  “The Residue of Leadership:  Why Ambition Matters.”  Leader to Leader no. 17 (Summer 2000):  14-19.

 

Ciampa, Dan.  “The Challenge of New Leadership:  Working with the Executive Team.”  Leader to Leader no. 17 (Summer 2000):  9-11.

 

Cohen, William A.  “Battle Leadership Examples from the Field.”  Military Review 79 (May-June 1999):  82-86.

 

Collins, Joseph J.  “The Complex Context of American Military Culture:  A Practitioner’s View.”  The Washington Quarterly 21 (Autumn 1998):  213-228.

 

Cook, Martin L.  “Moral Foundations of Military Service.”  Parameters 30 (Spring 2000):  117-129.

 

Cooke, Thomas M.  “Unwavering Vision.”  GEN Patton.  Military Review 78 (July-August 1998):  83-86. 

 

 

Devers, Jacob L. “Major Problems Confronting a Theater Commander in Combined Operations.” Military Review 77 (January-February 1997):  123-130.

 

Dingess, Brian.  “It’s Still a Leader’s World.”  Marine Corps Gazette 83 (June 1999):  60-62.

 

Doctoroff, Susan.  “Reengineering Negotiations.”  Sloan Management Review 39 (Spring 1998):  63-71.

 

Donnelly, Elaine.  “The Credibility Crisis (between Pentagon Leaders and the Troops They Lead).”  Proceedings:  U.S. Naval Institute 126 (August 2000):  42-44+.

 

Doty, Joseph, and Dan Gerdes.  “Humility as a Leadership Attribute.”  Military Review 80 (September-October 2000):  89-90.

 

Dowdell, Dennis.  “Mentoring for the Future.”  Leader to Leader no. 19 (Winter 2001):  9-11.

 

Drucker, Peter F.  “Managing Knowledge Means Managing Oneself.”  Leader to Leader no. 16 (Spring 2000):  8-10.

 

Drucker, Peter F.  “The New Pluralism.”  Leader to Leader no. 14 (Fall 1999):  18-23.

 

Duarte, Deborah L., and Nancy Tennant Snyder.  “Leadership in a Virtual World.”  Leader to Leader no. 16 (Spring 2000):  43-48.

 

Duncan, James C.  “The Commander’s Role in Developing Rules of Engagement.”  Naval War College Review 52 (Summer 1999):  76-89.

 

Dunne, Martha S.  “Challenges and Pitfalls of Peacetime Leadership.”  Proceedings:  U.S. Naval Institute 122 (June 1996):  72-74.

 

Dunne, Martha S.  “The Leaders Must Lead.”  Proceedings:  U.S. Naval Institute 126 (December 2000):  68-70.

 

Eden, Steven J.  “Leadership on Future Fields:  Remembering the Human Factor in War.”  Military Review 79 (May-June 1999):  35-38.

 

Efflandt, Scott L.  “Riding to the Sound of the Guns:  Leadership in the XXI Century -- Digital Age.”  Armor 109 (July-August 2000):  45-48.

 

Eisenhardt, Kathleen M.  “Strategy as Strategic Decision Making.”  Sloan Management Review 40 (Spring 1999):  65-72.

 

Elron, Efrat, Boas Shamir, and Eyal Ben-Ari.  “Why Don’t They Fight Each Other?  Cultural Diversity and Operational Unity in Multinational Forces.”  Armed Forces & Society 26 (Fall 1999):  73-97.

 

Faith, John C.  “Leadership in the 21st Century:  Is It Time to Change the System?”  Army 50 (December 2000):  10-14.

 

Feaver, Peter D., and Richard H. Kohn.  “The Gap:  Soldiers, Civilians and Their Mutual Misunderstanding.”  National Interest 61 (Fall 2000):  29-37.

 

Fetzer, Barry R.  “Command Screening and Slating.”  Marine Corps Gazette 83 (April 1999):  47-50.

 

Flanders, Pat.  “Change of Command Inventory 101:  Tips on Counting Your ‘Stuff’ before You Sign.”  Armor 109 (July-August 2000):  25-29+.

 

Forster, Larry M.  “Coalition Leadership Imperatives.”  Military Review 80 (November-December 2000):  55-60.

 

Foss, John W.  “Command.”  Reprint 1990.  Military Review 77 (January-February 1997):  66-70.

 

Foster, Susan C., and Brenda Small.  “Civilian Development:  Where Do We Go from Here?”  Military Review 78 (March-April 1998):  95-98.

 

Franke, Volker C.  “Old Ammo in New Weapons?:  Comparing Value-Orientations of Experienced and Future Military Leaders.”  Journal of Political and Military Sociology 26 (Winter 1998):  253-271.

 

Franke, Volker C.  “Warriors for Peace:  The Next Generation of U.S. Military Leaders.”  Armed Forces & Society 24 (Fall 1997):  32-57.

 

Fullerton, Jeff.  “Command Is Not about You.”  Proceedings:  U.S. Naval Institute 126 (March 2000):  94-95.

 

Gardner, Howard.  “Embodying Leadership’s Story:  Great Leaders Tell - and Live Out - Powerful Narratives.”  Across the Board 36 (April 1999):  23.

 

Gareev, Makhmut A.  “Applying Zhukov’s Command Heritage to Military Training and Reform in Today’s World.”  Journal of Slavic Military Studies 12 (December 1999):  78-113.

 

Garnett, Ian.  “My Job:  The Challenge of Joint Command.”  RUSI Journal 144 (August 1999):  7-12.

 

Garofano, John.  “Deciding on Military Intervention:  What Is the Role of Senior Military Leaders?”  Naval War College Review 53 (Spring 2000):  40-64.

 

Gayvert, David R.  “Leadership and Doctrinal Reform.”  Military Review 79 (May-June 1999):  18-22.

 

Gentry, John A.  “Military Leadership and the Emperor’s New Clothes.”  National Security Studies Quarterly 6 (Spring 2000):  59-71.

 

Ghosh, Sumit, and Tony Lee.  “Asynchronous, Decentralized Command and Control.”  Military Review 80 (November-December 2000):  77-81.

 

Gingrich, Gerry.  “The Agile Mind of Leadership.”  Defense Intelligence Journal 7 (Spring 1998):  67-77.

 

Girrier, Robert P.  “Early Command:  Yes, or No Thanks?”  Proceedings:  U.S. Naval Institute 126 (January 2000):  39-42.

 

Goldstein, Julius.  “‘Invincible’ Lt. Gen. Lesley J. McNair.”  Army 49 (August 1999):  43-44.

 

Gole, Henry G.  “Leadership in Literature.”  Parameters 29 (Autumn 1999):  134-147. 

 

Goleman, Daniel.  “Leadership That Gets Results.”  Harvard Business Review 78 (March-April 2000):  78-90.

 

Gower, Stephen M.  “Focus in Crisis:  Nurturing Focus within a Culture of Change.”  Armed Forces Comptroller 42 (Summer 1997):  42-43.

 

Green, Leslie C. “War Crimes, Crimes against Humanity, and Command Responsibility.” Naval War College Review 50 (Spring 1997):  26-68.

 

Gregerson, Hal B., Allen J. Morrison, and J. Stewart Black.  “Developing Leaders for the Global Frontier.”  Sloan Management Review 40 (Fall 1998):  21-32.

 

Guehenno, Jean-Marie.  “The Impact of Globalisation on Strategy.”  Survival 40 (Winter 1998-1999):  5-19.

 

Gumbert, Jack.  “Leadership in the Digitized Force.”  Military Review 78 (January-February 1998):  13-23.

 

Hall, John D.  “Decision Making in the Information Age:  Moving beyond the MDMP (Military Decision-Making Process).”  Field Artillery (September-October 2000):  28-32.

 

Hamel, Gary.  “Strategy Innovation and the Quest for Value.”  Sloan Management Review 39 (Winter 1998):  7-14.

 

Handfield-Jones, Helen.  “Grow Great Executives:  Give Them Great Jobs.”  Leader to Leader no. 14 (Fall 1999):  11-14.

 

Harrison, Baron A.  “Want to Be an Effective Leader?  Try Being Yourself.”  Marine Corps Gazette 84 (August 2000):  38-39.

 

Heifetz, Ronald A.  “Leadership vs. Authority.”  Across the Board 36 (April 1999):  19-20.

 

Hesselbein, Frances.  “Focus on the Task.”  Leader to Leader no. 14 (Fall 1999):  6-7.

 

Hillen, John.  “Must US Military Culture Reform?”  Parameters 29 (Autumn 1999):  9-23.

 

Holland, W.J., Jr.  “Where Will All the Admirals Go?”  Proceedings:  U.S. Naval Institute 125 (May 1999):  36-40.

 

Hone, Thomas C.  “Professionalizing Command, Education, and Doctrine.”  JFQ:  Joint Force Quarterly no. 18 (Spring 1998):  91-98.

 

Horner, Ann L.  “Leadership Is Leadership -- Regardless of Gender.”  Field Artillery (May-June 1999):  40-41.

 

Hunt, Robert B.  “Monsarrat Was Wrong.”  Proceedings:  U.S. Naval Institute 123 (February 1997):  30-32.

 

Hutt, Michael D., et al.  “Defining the Social Network of a Strategic Alliance:  Case Study.”  Sloan Management Review 41 (Winter 2000):  51-62.

 

Jablonsky, David.  “Eisenhower and the Origins of Unified Command.”  JFQ:  Joint Force Quarterly no. 23 (Autumn 1999-Winter 2000):  24-31.

 

Jacobs, Bruce.  “Two for the Ages -- Greenlief and Weber:  As Collaborators in Leadership, They Dominated the Final 30 Years of the 20th Century.”  National Guard 54 (February 2000):  16-17.

 

Johnson, W. Brad, et al.  “Does Mentoring Foster Success?”  Proceedings:  U.S. Naval Institute 125 (December 1999):  44-46.

 

Jordan, Thomas M.  “Battle Command:  Bradley and Ridgway in the Battle of the Bulge.”  Military Review 80 (March-April 2000):  95-98.

 

Kacher, Fred. “Before They Were Stars.”  Proceedings:  U.S. Naval Institute 126 (October 2000):  93-95.

 

Kanter, Rosabeth Moss.  “The Enduring Skills of Change Leaders.”  Leader to Leader 13 (Summer 1999):  15-22.

 

Kaplan, Robert E.  “Leadership That Is Both Forceful and Enabling.”  Leadership in Action 19 (September-October 1999):  1-4.

 

Kehoe, Nicholas B.  “Top 10 Tips for Leadership and Command.”  TIF Brief 52 (March-April 2000:  3.

 

Keithly, David M., and James J. Tritten.  “A Charismatic Dimension of Military Leadership?”  Journal of Political and Military Sociology 25 (Summer 1997):  131-146.

 

Killion, Thomas H.  “Decision Making and the Levels of War.”  Military Review 80 (November-December 2000):  66-70.

 

Kingseed, Cole C.  “Casualty of War:  The Eisenhower-Patton Friendship.”  Army 50 (May 2000):  32-36+.

 

Kingseed, Cole C.  “The Challenge of Command and How to Meet It.”  Infantry 87 (July-December 1997):  11-14.

 

Kirkland, Faris R.  “Leadership Doctrine: 1778 to 1995.”  Military Review 78 (January-February 1998):  30-34.

 

Kochanski, Jim.  “Competency-Based Management.”  Training & Development 51 (October 1997):  40-44.

 

Kolenda, Christopher D.  “Between Decision and Action:  Leadership at the Critical Moment.”  Armor 109 (May-June 2000):  41-43.

 

Kolenda, Christopher D.  “Technology, Leadership and Effectiveness.”  Military Review 80 (July-August 2000):  87-91.

 

Krawchuk, Fred T.  “Developing the Capacity for Decisive Action.”  Military Review 80 (November-December 2000):  47-54.

 

Lall, Rakesh, et al.  “Personality Characteristics of Future Military Leaders.”  Military Medicine 164 (December 1999):  906-910.

 

Langston, Thomas S.  “The Civilian Side of Military Culture.”  Parameters 30 (Autumn 2000):  21-29.

 

Leboeuf, Maureen K.  “Developing a Leadership Philosophy.”  Military Review 79 (May-June 1999):  28-34.

 

Lechowich, Richard A.  “Crossing Boundaries:  Commanders in Chief and Areas of Interest.”  JFQ:  Joint Force Quarterly no. 24 (Spring 2000):  34-41.

 

Lee, Robert J., and Sara N. King.  “Executive Effectiveness and Fulfillment:  A Leadership Factor.”  Leadership in Action 19 (November-December 1999):  1-7.

 

Liotta, P.H.  “Strategy and the Curse of Intended Outcomes.”  Strategic Review 28 (Winter 2000):  47-54.

 

Lipman-Blumen, Jean.  “The Age of Connective Leadership.”  Leader to Leader no. 17 (Summer 2000):  39-45.

 

Lunday, Kevin E.  “Where Is Courage?”  Proceedings:  U.S. Naval Institute 124 (December 1998):  37-39.

 

Lyman, Todd W.  “Lord or Leader?  Modesty Will Force Introspection.”  Marine Corps Gazette 83 (March 1999):  49-50.

 

MacGregor, Douglas A.  “Initiative in Battle:  Past and Future.”  Marine Corps Gazette 81 (August 1997):  62-67.

 

Markides, Constantinos.  “Strategic Innovation in Established Companies.”  Sloan Management Review 39 (Spring 1998):  31-42.

 

Marks, Paul.  “Peacetime Engagement:  A Role for Military Advisors?”  JFQ:  Joint Force Quarterly no. 24 (Spring 2000):  104-109.

 

Mattox, John M.  “Fifth-Century Advice for 21st Century Leaders.”  Military Review 78 (May-June 1998):  73-80.

 

McAlister, James M.  “Vision Precedes Success.”  Military Review 78 (January-February 1998):  24-29.

 

McCaffrey, Barry R.  “Human Rights and the Commander.”  JFQ:  Joint Force Quarterly no. 9 (Autumn 1995):  10-13.

 

Meigs, Montgomery C.  “Challenges for Army Leaders in an Age of Rapid Change.”  Field Artillery (May-June 1998):  3-6.

 

Michalko, Michael.  “Thinking Like a Genius:  Eight Strategies Used by the Supercreative, from Aristotle and Leonardo to Einstein and Edison.”  The Futurist 32 (4 May 1998):  21-25.

 

Moilanen, Jon. H.  “Leader Development in a Transforming Army.”  Military Review 80 (May-June 2000):  12-16.

 

Morningstar, James K. “Leadership in the XXI Century -- Digital Age.” Armor 109 (September-October 2000):  37-39.

 

Murray, Williamson.  “The Army’s Advanced Strategic Arts Program.”  The USAWC’s latest innovation in professional military education.  Parameters 30 (Winter 2000-2001):  31-39.

 

Murray, Williamson.  “Military Culture Does Matter.”  Strategic Review  27 (Spring 1999):  32-40.

 

Nash, Laura L.  “Creating A Larger Context:  How Do We Fill the Void Left by the Superhero?”  Across the Board 36 (April 1999):  21.

 

Naylor, Sean D.  “Leader Survey Still Secretive:  A Year after the Fact, Poll Showing Malaise Still Not to Be Released.”  Army Times 58 (13 July 1998):  3.

 

Naylor, Sean D.  “Warrior Spirit:  Are Army Officers Serving Soldiers or Just Themselves?”  Army Times 60 (13 December 1999):  18-20.

 

Neillands, Robin.  “The Generals and Generalship.”  RUSI Journal 143 (December 1998):  75-77.

 

“New Paradigms:  The Power of Affirming the Positive.”  Leader to Leader no. 19 (Winter 2001):  52-53.

 

Ohlott, Patricia J.  “Change and Leadership Development:  The Experience of Executive Women.”  Leadership in Action 19 (November-December 1999):  8-12.

 

Owens, Mackubin Thomas.  “Civil-Military Relations:  Should Retired Senior Military Officers Stay Out of Political Campaigns?”  Armed Forces Journal International 138 (November 2000):  10-12.

 

Peters, Katherine McIntire.  “A Matter of Trust.”  Government Executive 31 (January 1999):  25-30.

 

Pfaff, Charles A.  “Chaos, Complexity and the Battlefield.”  Military Review 80 (July-August 2000):  82-86.

 

Pierce, Terry.  “Obey the Iron Law.”  Proceedings:  U.S. Naval Institute 123 (November 1997):  28-31.

 

Pritchard, Kenneth H.  “Competency-Based Leadership for the 21st  Century.”  Military Review 79 (May-June 1999):  23-26.

 

Reardon, Kathleen K., et al.  “Leadership Styles for the Five Stages of Radical Change.”  Acquisition Review Quarterly 5 (Spring 1998):  129-146.

 

Reimer, Dennis J.  “Developing Great Leaders in Turbulent Times.”  Military Review 78 (January-February 1998):  5-12.

 

Reimer, Dennis J.  “Leadership:  Turning Challenges into Opportunity.”  Field Artillery (May-June 1999):  2-6.

 

Reinwald, Brian R.  “Tactical Intuition.”  Military Review 80 (September-October 2000):  79-88.

 

Reisweber, Deborah.  “Battle Command:  Will We Have It When We Need It?”  Military Review 77 (September-October 1997):  49-52+.

 

Roper, Daniel S.  “Peacetime Leadership:  A Critical Element of Combat Power.”  Military Review 79 (May-June 1999):  71-76.

 

Ross, Karol G.  “Training Adaptive Leaders -- Are We Ready?”  Field Artillery (September-October 2000):  15-19.

 

Russo, Anthony J.  “Leadership in the Information Age.”  Military Review 79 (May-June 1999):  77-81.

 

Sanders, Wade R.  “Absence of Purpose.”  Proceedings:  U.S. Naval Institute 125 (April 1999):  54-56.

 

Sarkesian, Sam C.  “The U.S. Military Must Find Its Voice.”  Orbis 42 (Summer 1998):  423-437.

 

Sarvas, Stefan.  “Professional Soldiers and Politics:  A Case of Central and Eastern Europe.”  Armed Forces & Society 26 (Fall 1999):  99-118.

 

Schein, Edgar H.  “Three Cultures of Management:  The Key to Organizational Learning.”  Sloan Management Review 38 (Fall 1996):  9-20.

 

Schwarzkopf, Norman.  “Leaders for the 21st Century:  It Takes a Combination of Ingredients.”  Vital Speeches of the Day 65 (15 June 1999):  519-521.

 

Shamir, Boas, and Eyal Ben-Ari.  “Challenges of Military Leadership in Changing Armies.”  Journal of Political and Military Sociology  28 (Summer 2000):  43-59.

 

Shattuck, Lawrence G.  “Communicating Intent and Imparting Presence.”  Military Review 80 (March-April 2000):  66-72.

 

Skelton, Ike.  “Military Retention Intangibles:  Esprit, Morale and Cohesion.”  Military Review 79 (July-August 1999):  2-7.

 

Skelton, Ike.  “Whispers of Warriors:  The Importance of History to the Military Professional.”  Naval War College Review 53 (Summer 2000):  7-20.

 

Snider, Don M., and Gayle L. Watkins.  “The Future of Army Professionalism:  A Need for Renewal and Redefinition.”  Parameters 30 (Autumn 2000):  5-20.

 

Sorley, Lewis.  “To Change a War:  General Harold K. Johnson and the PROVN (Program for the Pacification and Long-term Development of Vietnam) Study.”  Parameters 28 (Spring 1998):  93-109.

 

Sorley, Lewis.  “The Weight of Command:  Colonel Harold K. Johnson in the Korean War.”  Infantry 88 (January-April 1998):  8-10.

 

Stauffer, David.  “Once a Leader, Always a Leader?”  Across the Board 36 (April 1999):  14-19.

 

Stebbins, Steven A.  “Building Our Intellectual Capital:  The Need for Adaptive Leaders in Today’s Army.”  Field Artillery (September-October 2000):  6-9.

 

Stroh, Linda K., and Anne H. Reilly.  “Loyalty in the Age of Downsizing.”  Sloan Management Review 38 (Summer 1997):  83-88.

 

Strube, Richard L., Jr.  “The Leading Manager.”  Infantry 89 (September-December 1999):  12-13.

 

Sutherland, John R., III.  “Intent of Intent.”  Infantry 87 (March-June 1997):  9-12.

 

Sweetman, John P.  “When Stars Do Not Align.”  Military Review 80 (March-April 2000):  61-65.

 

Tarcza, Kanneth.  “The Army Values Challenge.”  Military Review 81 (January-February 2001):  77-83.

 

Thach, Liz, and Tom Heinselman.  “Executive Coaching Defined.”  Training & Development 53 (March 1999):  34-39.

 

Thomas, David A., and Robin J. Ely.  “Making Differences Matter:  A Paradigm for Managing Diversity.”  Harvard Business Review 74 (September-October 1996):  79-91.

 

Tichy, Noel M., and Eli Cohen.  “The Teaching Organization.”  Training & Development 52 (July 1998):  26-33.

 

Toti, William J.  “The Sinking of the Indy & Responsibility of Command.”  Proceedings:  U.S. Naval Institute 125 (October 1999):  34-38.

 

Towell, Pat.  “Is Military’s ‘Warrior’ Culture in America’s Best Interest?”  CQ Weekly 57 (2 January 1999):  25-28.

 

Tritten, James J. “Intuitive Combat Decisionmaking.”  Marine Corps Gazette 80 (April 1996):  29-31.

 

Ulmer, Walter F., Jr.  “Military Leadership into the 21st  Century:  Another ‘Bridge too Far’?”  Parameters 28 (Spring 1998):  4-25.

 

Ulrich, Dave.  “Intellectual Capital = Competence x Commitment.”  Sloan Management Review 39 (Winter 1998):  15-26.

 

Van Hoose, Dallas.  “Army Civilian Leadership Training -- Past, Present, and Future.”  Military Review 79 (May-June 1999):  42-46.

 

Wagner, Daniel R.  “The Lost Virtue of Leadership.”  Proceedings:  U.S. Naval Institute 125 (September 1999):  96-98.

 

Walsh, William H., and Thomas A. Dukes, Jr.  “The Joint Commander as Convening Authority:  Analysis of a Test Case.”  Air Force Law Review 46 (1999):  195-215.

 

West, Owen.  “You Can’t Fool the Troops.”  Proceedings:  U.S. Naval Institute 124 (September 1998):  52-54.

 

Wooldridge, E. Tyler.  “You Can’t Handle the Truth!”  Proceedings:  U.S. Naval Institute 126 (April 2000):  66-70.

 

Yzaguirre, Raul.  “The Power of Cultural Competence.”  Leader to Leader 13 (Summer 1999):  10-11.

 

Zanol, James E.  “Battle Command Insights.”  Armor 107 (September-October 1998):  17-22+.

 

Zimmer, Winfried.  “Clausewitz and the Human Dimension of War.”  Military Review 74 (March 1994):  51-56.

 

 

Audiovisuals

 

Axelrod, Alan.  Patton on Leadership:  Strategic Lessons for Corporate Warfare.  Simon & Schuster Audio, 1999.  2 sound cassettes.  (CASSETTES HD57.7 .A961 1999)

 

Barker, Joel.  Paradigm Mastery Series.  Star Thrower, 1997.  5 videocassettes.  (VIDEOS HD58.8 .P37 1997)

 

Barker, Joel.  Barker’s Wealth Innovation & Diversity:  Putting Our Differences to Work in the 21st Century.  Includes facilitator guide.  Star Thrower Distribution, 2000.  1 videocassette.  (VIDEOS HF5549.5 .M5B17 2000)

 

Barker, Joel.  Joel Barker’s Leadershift:  Five Lessons for Leaders in the 21st Century.  American Media, 1999.  1 videocassette.  (VIDEOS HD57.7 .J634 1999)

 

Bennis, Warren.  On Becoming a Leader.  Simon & Schuster Audio, 1995.  2 sound cassettes.  (CASSETTES BF637 .L4B371 1995)

 

Brookfield, Stephen D.  Becoming Critical Thinkers:  Learning to Recognize Assumptions That Shape Ideas and Actions.  Jossey-Bass, 1991.  2 sound cassettes.  (CASSETTES BF441 .B65 1991)

 

Callaghan, Marty, Malik B. Ali, and Waleed B. Ali.  The Archives of War.  “World War II- The Leaders,” vol. 2.  MPI Home Video, 1999.  1 videocassette.  (VIDEOS U42 .A61 1999)

 

Chetwynd, Lionel, et al.  Politics and Warriors:  Women in the Military.  Whidbey Films, 1999.  1 videocassette.  (VIDEOS UB418 .W65P65 1999)

 

Covey, Stephen R.  The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.  Enterprise Media, 1996.  1 videocassette.  (VIDEOS BF637 .S8C68 1996)

 

Covey, Stephen R.  Balancing Work & Family.  Franklin Covey, 1998.  2 sound cassettes.  (CASSETTES HD4904.25 .C58 1998)

 

Cowley, Robert, ed.  What If?:  The World’s Foremost Military Historians Imagine What Might Have Been:  Essays.  Simon & Schuster Audioworks, 1999.  4 sound cassettes.  (CASSETTES D25.5 .W441 1999)

 

Cromwell Productions.  The Generals:  Leaders in Battle.  Cromwell, Custer, Lee, and Rommel.  Cromwell Productions, 1999.  4 videocassettes.  (VIDEOS D25 .G25 1999)

 

Dastar Corporation.  Famous Generals of World War II.  Stilwell, Bradley, Arnold, Patton, Eisenhower, MacArthur, and Marshall.  Marathon Music & Video, 1996.  7 videocassettes.  (VIDEOS D736 .F15 1996)

 

Drucker, Peter F., and Peter M. Senge.  Leading in a Time of Change:  What It Will Take to Lead Tomorrow.  Jossey-Bass, 2001.  1 videocassette.  (VIDEOS HD58.8 .L21 2001)

 

Eisenhower, John S.D.  Top Command:  Eisenhower and MacArthur.  The Winning of World War II Series.  Viewmark Productions, 1996.  1 videocassette.  (VIDEOS D736 .T56 1996)

 

Hoyt, Austin.  MacArthur.  PBS Home Video, 1999.  2 videocassettes.  (VIDEOS E745 .M3M23 1999)

 

Johnson, Spencer, and Double Take Productions.  Who Moved My Cheese?:  The Movie.  Training Edge, 1999.  1 videocassette.  (VIDEOS BF637 .C4J641 1999)

 

Kotter, John P., and Henry Mintzberg.  The Work of Leadership.  Harvard Business School, 1998.  1 sound cassette.  (CASSETTES HD58.8 .K56 1998)

 

Manz, Charles C.  The Leadership Wisdom of Jesus:  Practical Lessons for Today.  HighBridge, 1999.  2 sound cassettes (CASSETTES BT304 .M15 1999)

 

Reimer, Dennis J.  Living Army Values:  Duty, Integrity, Loyalty, Courage, Selfless Service, Respect, Honor.  U.S. Army Visual Information Center, 1997.  1 videocassette.  (VIDEOS UA23 .D87 1997)

 

Rodat, Robert, et al.  Saving Private Ryan.  Originally published as a motion picture in 1998.  Dreamworks Home Entertainment, 1999.  2 videocassettes.  (VIDEOS D761 .S18 1999)

 

Simitar Entertainment.  Union Heroes of Gettysburg.  Simitar Entertainment, 1994.  2 videocassettes.  (VIDEOS E475.53 .U53 1994)

 

U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC).  Army Experiment Five:  Training Army Leaders to Exploit Situational Awareness.  TRADOC, 1998.  1 computer optical disc.  (UA25 .A72 1998)

 

 

Other Bibliographies

 

Colding, Linda, and Diana Simpson.  “Leadership in the Military Environment.”  April 1999.  Available from http://www.au.af.mil/au/aul/bibs/ldmil/ldmil.htm.  Internet.  Accessed 12 December 2000.

 

Gole, Lydia.  “Human Relations for Strategic Leaders:  A Selected Bibliography.”  July 1998.  Available from http://carlisle-www.army.mil/library/bibs/human98.htm.  Internet.  Accessed 12 December 2000. 

 

Marlatt, Greta E.  “A Bibliography of Professional Military Education (PME).”  January 1998.  Available from http://web.nps.navy.mil/~library/bibs/pmetoc.htm.  Internet. 

Accessed 12 December 2000.

 

National Defense University.  “C2 Bibliography.”  Available from http://www.dodccrp.org/c2.htm.  Internet.  Accessed 12 December 2000.

 

Shinseki, Eric K.  “The U.S. Army Chief of Staff’s Professional Reading List.”  7 July 2000.  Available from http://www.army.mil/cmh-pg/reference/CSAList/CSAList.htm.  Internet.  Accessed  15 November 2000.

 

Simpson, Diana.  “Leadership and Accountability.”  March 1997.  Available from

<http://www.au.af.mil/au/aul/bibs/la/leader.htm>.  Internet.  Accessed 12 December 2000.

 

U.S. Air University Library.  “Great Warrior Leaders/Thinkers.”  January 2001.  Available from http://www.au.af.mil/au/aul/bibs/great/great.htm.  Internet.  Accessed 12 December 2000.