Army Knowledge Management (AKM) is important to Senior Warrant Officers as our cohort continues to grow, it will continue to be even more important in the future. We as a force need to follow the principles of AKM so that we are prepared for battle and future conflicts as we currently exist in a rapidly evolving operational environment, where knowledge and information are just as critical to the success of battle as weapons and Soldiers are. Out of the twelve principles outlined in the “Army Knowledge Management Principles” paper I feel that principles four and eleven are the most important to a Senior Warrant Officer, in making a stronger and more agile force. According to the “Army Knowledge Management Principles” paper, principle four states that we should “use every interaction whether face-to-face or virtual as an opportunity to acquire and share knowledge” (p. 4).
Leadership Philosophy SGL SSG Apayo SGT Galdouf, Elsamani ALC Class 17-002 Personal Leadership Philosophy Leadership is a privilege that would come with tremendous responsibilities, and leadership is accountability to encourage and inspire others to lead and direct others to accomplish the duty and achieved the organization visions and goals. By empowering subordinates and other leaders to be able to implement decisions that are very crucial for leaders to develop and enhance future leaders in the organization. For me as a leader, I will always welcome any opportunity that would enable my team to work collaboratively with your peers and your subordinates throughout the organization. My current assignment as Command Language Program Manager, I have a duty and responsibilities of all aspects of development, implementing, and managing of the Command Language Program.
Essentially, being a steward of the profession means that as leaders in the Army, it is our duty to oversee training and ensure that tasks are being completed, as well as maintaining a high level of esprit de corps within the organization, followed by enforcing standards while building cohesion and pride in our nation’s
Key to the concept will be refining the organization to ensure flexibility and scalability with the ability to operate in the joint environment while understanding that the ability to support that organization lies in the ability to remain forward deployed. The Marine Corps forward deployed posture will require the true commitment to Marines as individuals developing high quality people willing and capable of successfully executing
It was incumbent upon me to set the right examples for them to emulate. Giving them the tools and training to succeed while carrying out the commander’s intent was vital in the overall success of our assigned tasks. It cannot be overstated that NCOs are the backbone of the Army
However, if they don 't prioritize on what will they should first do, they will find themselves defeated and losing great part of the battle. To prioritize intelligently it is necessary to evaluate which projects will mostly assist us achieve our target objectives and goal set. In military they follow the following procedure: CARVER. This is a key component strategy that military use to attack their most wanted target. They are in a position to know that the target he has selected is the most important by using CARVER acronym which stands for Criticality, Accessibility, Return (or Recuperability), Vulnerability, Effect, and Recognizability.
I only hope that I can inspire soldiers that follow me to have the same fortitude to use their minds and defend their thoughts even when they are the minority. If I can leave that as my legacy then I did something right, leaving them with a strong base for which to build
Implementation is the key to success. Developing annual operational plans against which progress can be monitored, is critical to success. An operational plan is invaluable in ensuring that the front line staff and middle managers stay focused on the agreed upon objectives toward attaining the institution’s goals for becoming a diversity oriented organization. The plan must be characterized by an unambiguous and clear policy statement about the organization’s standpoint about all forms discrimination, disrespect, and harassment. There must be clear and unambiguous statements about ethical and professional interpersonal relationships and significance of each individual’s contribution to the institution’s efforts towards attaining its goals.
Army defines leadership as “influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation, while operating to accomplish the mission and improve the organization.” As a professional Non-Commissioned officer, proudly serving in the United State Army and within the boundary that clearly depicts vivid picture of Army Leadership. I am SGT Mostafazadeh define and develop my first Leadership Philosophy and most importantly use it in the daily bases and maintain revision and update it as I develop and learn new thing throughout my Military Carrere. The ground foundation of my Leadership philosophy is based on three core Leader Competencies include Leads, Develops and Achieves and how each one of those factor impact my organization (Army), Army human resources (senior, peers and subordinates) and
I will understand my unit 's mission and my commander 's intent. I will anticipate manpower needs and maintain the fighting strength of my commander 's force. I will strive to integrate personnel services that best support my commander 's operation at every stage of execution. I will provide continuous personnel service support operations during build-up, surge, and combat operations. I will provide rapid and responsive support in all situations.
In my Army, the Royal Netherlands Army part of the Netherlands Armed Forces must always be prepared to operate in a multinational framework. The Royal Netherlands Army will participate in multinational operations more and more. Therefore, international experience is an essential skill to possess. A year United States Army Sergeants Major Academy (USASMA) is a personal, unique opportunity and personal development to gain experience in an inspiring international environment. Learning the US Army philosophy and concepts of Mission Command is of great value to working in a multinational staff at various levels for instance of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
The class identified the capabilities and shortfall each service. Additionally, Title 10 requirements of each service were discussed. Along with which military service is responsible to fill the shortfalls and gaps. In conclusion, C300 was instructions pertaining to a Joint environment. If I my next assignment was a joint headquarter, I would study the logistical requirements, capabilities, and shortfalls of each joint services.
The level of maturity I have acquired from working side by side with my fellow soldiers and protecting our great nation have prepared me to accept many difficult challenges. Completing these challenges to the best of my abilities, a trait I learned in the Army. This is just another step to achieving my goals. I am not a quitter and I will not give up. It is my conviction that when one door closes many more will opened with greater opportunities.
Effective air and ground integration are required to be successful on the modern battlefield. This requires a great amount of coordination and understanding. There are certain fundamentals needed to increase the effectiveness between aviation and ground assets: Understanding of the capabilities and limitations of each force, use of standard operating procedures, regular training events, employment methods, maximizing effects of available assets and synchronization (Headquarters Department of the Army Field Manual (FM) 3-04.111, 2007). Honing these skills will occur very early on in the unit by involving the BAE in the planning and preparation process. Prior to any mission the BAE will provide critical guidance on a multitude of tasks, such as close air support (CAS) request procedures, coordination with the aviation task force, and employment advice and planning for attack elements, assault elements, heavy helicopters, medical evacuation (MEDEVAC) helicopters, and unmanned aerial systems(UAS).