How the Navy can promote innovation

12/27/2013 | Diplomat (Japan), The

The U.S. Navy must adjust as conditions shift, but it is not an institution prone to rapid change, writes James R. Holmes. The task for naval leaders is to enable discussions and ideas to bubble up from the ranks. "Officers and enlisted at all levels need to search out ways to improve things. And top leaders need to stand aside and let them do so," he argues.

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