Summaries - Office of Research & Innovation
Back Maritime Strategy and Naval Innovation (Continuation)
|Division||Research & Sponsored Programs|
|Department||NPS Naval Research Program|
Russell, James A.
Wirtz, James J.
|Sponsor||NPS Naval Research Program (Navy)|
This project is a continuation of ongoing support by NPS to the work of N50 to further refining and improving the Navy's strategy development and implementation processes. This will be the fourth year of support to the N50. Under the auspices of this project, NPS faculty in the Department of National Security Affairs can: (1) support ongoing short-study and paper review efforts in the N50; and (2) build content and scholarship in the form of books and papers on the relationship between maritime strategy and naval innovation. In the FY18 phase of the project, a team of NPS professors is producing a scholarly volume in partnership with King's College at the University of London on the topic: Maritime Strategy and Naval Innovation.
1. How can the Navy best structure itself to ensure that that its strategy development and implementation process can reflect changes in the dynamic strategic environment.
2. How can the Navy create a culture of innovation that ensures it has the human capital necessary to keep the organization head of its adversaries in the timeless adapt-react cycle that drives organizational and national behavior?
3. What are the issues in Eurasia that will define the maritime environment over the rest of the 21st century. How can the Navy anticipate these changes in its models for planning and force structure?
4. What are political dynamics facing the Navy and the nation in Eurasia that will define interactions on the high seas?
Content preparation and analysis by a team of NPS faculty, to include James Russell, Jim Wirtz, Tom Young, Christopher Twomey and Donald Abenheim. The deliverable out of this project will be a book that can be used to educate future naval strategists like those in the NPS NSA 688 curriculum on Strategic Studies. The FY19 phase will see the same team produce a volume: The Struggle for Mastery in Eurasia.
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