Strategic Planning in the Military: The US Naval Security Group changes its strategy, 1992–1998

@inproceedings{Frentzel2000StrategicPI,
  title={Strategic Planning in the Military: The US Naval Security Group changes its strategy, 1992–1998},
  author={William Y. Frentzel and J. M. Bryson and Barbara C. Crosby},
  year={2000}
}
Abstract This is an account of the US Naval Security Group Command's (NSG) search for strategic management during a time of unprecedented change. In response to dramatic shifts resulting from the end of the Cold War, Congressional pressures for cross-service co-operation, and the emergence of new technologies, the NSG engaged in a six-year strategic planning process. The process helped the group refocus and develop strategies better suited to new demands for military preparedness. The process… CONTINUE READING

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