Dan Jenkins

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As a consumer of advanced network enabled equipment the Military (like all consumers) has probably become used to a dominant design paradigm; the closed, bureaucratic, inflexible, complex, technology laden piece of kit which, despite all that, really only permits the user to perform simple and arbitrary individual tasks and often only then with arduous(More)
This chapter reviews the complex relationship between technology and leadership, focusing on how technology affects the development and demonstration of skills in communication, teamwork, and collaboration. The chapter also proposes a framework for identifying and assessing key leadership competencies in the digital space.