The military faces a looming readiness crisis as sequestration threatens to return, troops return to garrison, and the nature of warfare evolves. To offset these pressures on its own accord, the military can reevaluate how it trains its personnel.
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How virtual training can help the military ward off the coming readiness crisis and better prepare for the warfare of tomorrow.
How can the military work to improve readiness in the face of continued budget pressures and the evolving nature of warfare? GBC finds the answer lies, at least in part, in virtual training.
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Faced with a difficult budget environment, how can federal agencies innovate to achieve their mission? A survey of 334 federal employees reveals that developing formal innovation processes may help bring the best out of the federal workforce.
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