chapter  3
Experience, Knowledge, and Military Leadership
WithJoseph A. Horvath, George B. Forsythe, Richard C. Bullis, Patrick J. Sweeney, Wendy M. Williams, Jeffrey A. McNally, John A. Wattendorf, Robert J. Sternberg
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Just back from several weeks of high-intensity simulated combat in the California desert, Bill, a young lieutenant in the field artillery, described a particularly challenging leadership problem that he had faced the previous week while fighting the OPFOR-the closest thing to a real enemy that an officer faces during peacetime.1 That problem was dealing with a boss who was reluctant to listen to his subordinate leaders.