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How West Point and the Army Taught CEO Ken Lamneck About Leadership

Ken Lamneck is a graduate of West Point and rose to the rank of captain in the U.S. Army. But if you think he runs Insight Enterprises (NSIT) like a command and control military operation, you’re wrong. 297 more words


"The Warrior at the Mall" An Essay About the Military and Being a Civilian

Phil Klay served in Afghanistan as an U.S. Marine. He is now a civilian, a husband and a father of two young children who shops at the mall. 32 more words

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GRU Deputies

Deputy (or First Deputy?) Chief of the GRU Vice-Admiral Igor Olegovich Kostyukov surfaced to give a speech on Asian regional security at the 7th Moscow Conference on International Security (April 4-5). 705 more words

Military Leadership

Promotion List

A more detailed look at the MOD’s Defender’s Day promotees . . . .

General-Colonel Aleksandr Fomin is in charge of the MOD’s Main Directorate for International Military Cooperation (GU MVS) and the Directorate for Monitoring Treaty Fulfillment (National Nuclear Risk Reduction Center). 242 more words

Military Leadership

Do you feel alone as a Servant Leader in your organization?

Are you connecting both heart and mind as a leader?
Are you focusing on your mission and vision while living your values?
Are you caring for and about your team and all those you serve? 159 more words

Servant Leadership

Scanning the Promotion List

RF President Vladimir Putin signed out his latest military promotion list on this eve of Defender of the Fatherland Day.

For the MOD, one general-colonel, four general-lieutenants, and 17 general-majors. 215 more words

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Business Leadership Lessons from the Infantry

I left the military ten years ago having served 24 years in the infantry, including six operational tours of duty to different conflict zones.  I have been in the public and private business sectors since then.  1,915 more words