Applying Military Training to Civilian WorkplaceJuly 6, 2017 | :
by Jeffrey T. Fowler, Ph.D.
Human nature, motivation and avenues to fulfillment have not changed much since our prehistoric ancestors fashioned spear points in caves. Because the military is one of the oldest professions in the world, there is a vast body of literature dedicated to leadership and management in the military environment.
Examples of great leadership can be found from Achilles in Homer’s Iliad to modern examples, such as Sergeant Alvin York in World War 1 and General George S. Patton in World War II.