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In Chief Executive - The US Army’s Secret to Building a Leader-Driven, Learning Culture: After Action Reviews
Monday, October 01, 2018
TLDG faculty member MG (Ret.) Robert Ivany, Ph.D., launched an article in partnership with Chief Executive magazine about how CEOs and their companies are embracing the AAR and the superb benefits as a result. In the 1980s, the 200-year-old U.S. Army embarked on a rebuilding effort to change its culture, with widespread changes in doctrine, tactics, leader development and training. In order to reap the benefits of a far more demanding training regime and the investment of considerable human and material resources, they instituted an innovative method of learning: The After-Action Review (AAR), which has since been incorporated into many companies such as Nestle USA, Stryker Global Services, Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals, Morgan Stanley, and Pratt & Whitney. 

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To Lead Is To Serve - A Practitioner's Handbook on Servant Leadership
By Len Marrella (USMA '57)

"There’s power in the art of effective communication. A leader must not only develop an easily understood vision, but he has to communicate it to his team in a way that is understandable to all."
Lieutenant General Frank Kearney,(USA, Retired, USMA 1976)
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