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Capability development in support of comprehensive approaches : transforming international civil-military interactions / edited by Derrick J. Neal and Linton Wells II.

Other author/creatorNeal, Derrick.
Other author/creatorWells, Linton, 1946-
Other author/creatorNational Defense University. Center for Technology and National Security Policy.
Format Book and Print
Publication Info[Washington, D.C.] : Center for Technology and National Security Policy, Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University, [2011]
Descriptionxii, 319 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Subject(s)
Variant title Capability development in support of comprehensive approaches : transforming international civil military interactions
Portion of title Transforming international civil-military interactions
Contents Part 1 : Concepts, policy, and organization for the comprehensive approach -- Chapter 1 The comprehensive approach: lessons for Its adoption from a change management perspective -- Chapter 2 Complex operations and the comprehensive approach -- Chapter 3 Attempting a comprehensive approach definition and Its implications for reconceptualizing capability development -- Chapter 4 Strategy and the comprehensive approach -- Part 2 : Technology and the comprehensive approach -- Chapter 5 Technology and the comprehensive approach: part problem, part solution -- Chapter 6 Comprehensive C4ISR approach: bringing nations, NATO, and the EU together from development to operations -- Chapter 7 Bridging the gap between enterprise apps and community-led social media -- Part 3 : Leadership, management, education, and training and the comprehensive approach -- Chapter 8 Boundary spanning across leadership cultures: A leadership strategy for the comprehensive approach -- Chapter 9 The role of education in the comprehensive approach -- Chapter 10 Educating and training for a comprehensive approach: an Australian perspective -- Chapter 11 Comprehensive approach on UNSCR 1325: why the U.S. and others should follow -- Part 4 : Integrated approaches to complex operations -- Chapter 12 Linking NATO capacity to local stakeholders -- Chapter 13 Comprehensive approach: the Swedish case -- Chapter 14 The comprehensive approach to humanitarian logistics: an opportunity to enhance professional performance? -- Part 5 : Implementation of the comprehensive approach: Haiti as a case study -- Chapter 15 Change of attitude, change of conduct: achieving effectiveness in implementing the comprehensive approach -- Chapter 16 Communicating through logistics: tracing World Food Programme process flow in post-earthquake Haiti -- Chapter 17 Summary of conference discussions and conclusions.
General note"December 2011."
General noteShipping list no.: 2012-0095-P.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references.
Issued in other formOnline version: Capability development in support of comprehensive approaches
GPO item number0378-H-14
Govt. docs number D 5.417/2:D 49

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