Featured by Jamie Schwandt
I graded the Army Staff College and its leadership. Now a graduating officer grades my advice
I started a heated discussion last year about the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College (CGSC) when, after spending a year at the school being graded and evaluated, I...
An outside-the-box approach to Mission Command
Mission Command philosophy blends the art of command with the science of control. At least in theory.
Why we should stop teaching Clausewitz
Carl von Clausewitz is one of the most profound military thinkers of all time. His famous book On War is our bible and he is a god among military strategists....
‘Amoeba warfare’ — Looking at drone swarms under a microscope
Drones have been used in conflicts across the globe and will play an even more important role in the future of warfare. But, the future of drones in combat will...
The Military Decision-Making Process Is An Inflexible Mess. Here’s How To Fix It
Skilled leaders have discovered ways throughout history to take advantage of ambiguity. And it can counter the overdoses of established … Continued
Mission Command Is Swarm Intelligence
Mission Command is essentially Swarm Intelligence. On the surface, this might appear to be a new way to look at … Continued
5 Irrational Reasons Military Leaders Hate Red Teaming
There are five basic reasons why leaders are fearful of Red Teaming. None of them are very good, but you … Continued