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Leading a Sea Change in Naval Education

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Pat Galagan

Before retiring in 2009, Rear Admiral Gary Jones directed Naval Education and Training Command (NETC), the Navy's largest shore command that affects the mission of every naval command. During Rear Adm. Jones' tenure he was responsible for every naval schoolhouse except ... More »

There Is a Lot More to Training Than Training

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Those dedicated to the training function work energetically to help people develop and improve skills for the purpose of optimizing performance. However, no matter how hard anyone works at training, very often, the expectation of viewing significant behavior change and ... More »

When to Lead? When to Manage?

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Leadership - so desired, yet so misunderstood. The confusion is due to its juxtaposition, commingling, and blurring with managership. Managers simply don't know where one stops and the other begins. Thus, managers continue to misjudge the distinction between the needs o... More »

Immersive Learning Seeks a Foothold

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Low- to medium-income Americans are learning how to use credit cards responsibly from a new interactive video game created for a Boston-based not-for-profit organization called Doorway to Dreams (D2D Fund). Players of "Celebrity Calamity" earn kudos for timely payments,... More »

The Great Mentor Match

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Every large organization faces a challenge in facilitating career development for diversity and affinity groups. Mentoring is a logical strategy, but mentor recruitment and mentor-mentee matching are often too unwieldy and time-consuming for a volunteer effort in a larg... More »