An historic review of the way Royal Navy’s people functions is under way. This will modernise processes, ensure that the needs of Royal Navy personnel and their families are met and that the lived experience of everyone serving in the Royal Navy is the best it can be: from the day they look to join,… Read More
How Organisational Approach Can Help Prevent Mental Disorders in Veterans
Research Paper Title Systematisation of approaches to the organisation of prevention of mental disorders veterans of combat veterans. Abstract For the purpose of methodological justification of the use of new approaches to the organisation of psychiatric care for veterans of military operations in departmental general hospital health care institutions, the analysis of existing problems in… Read More
What is a Unified Combatant Command?
Introduction A unified combatant command (CCMD), also referred to as a combatant command, is a joint military command of the United States Department of Defence that is composed of units from two or more service branches of the United States Armed Forces, and conducts broad and continuing missions. There are (as of January 2021) 11… Read More
What is a Military?
Introduction A military, also known collectively as armed forces, is a heavily armed, highly organised force primarily intended for warfare. It is typically officially authorised and maintained by a sovereign state, with its members identifiable by their distinct military uniform. It may consist of one or more military branches such as an army, navy, air… Read More
What Spurs Demand for Product Versions?
When companies are deciding how many variants of a product to offer, what should they take into account? In a series of six experiments, researchers identified a key factor: whether people see the item as: Utilitarian; or Hedonic (i.e. related to pleasure). Two examples of the experiments include: Students were instructed, variously, to select a… Read More
Organisation of British Army Infantry Divisions
The infantry of the British Army comprises some 25,000 soldiers in 17 different regiments (administrative units), containing one or more battalions (fighting units). They are often referred to informally as ‘cap-badges’ – as each has its own identity. In order to break down this large body of troops into more easily manageable elements, it is split… Read More
Connecting Organisational Theory & Design and Irregular Warfare
Research Paper Title Reorganising for Irregular Warfare. Abstract A thorough understanding of Irregular Warfare (IW) and the principles of organisational theory and design will enable the Department of Defense (DoD) to organise efficiently and effectively for operations within the Irregular Warfare Environment, while maintaining its conventional capabilities. The researchers develop their argument for this thesis… Read More
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