Candidate Watson Case Summary

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Candidate Watson issued a thorough Operations Orders that contained a plan which was consistent with the task and situation in higher’s order. His plan was logical and presented in a manner that was easy for his subordinates to follow. He initially failed to set security until prompted to do so by another team member. Throughout the execution of the problem, SNC was confident and vocal, continually adjusting his plan and issuing orders. He displayed a bias for action; however, it was not based on common sense. He was instructing his subordinates to do things that clearly would not be affective, and yet he continued to do them. He was unable to see the error in his plans. It was evident that his team members were just following his orders even
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