Trends In Management And Leadership (That You Need To Know)

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David Mantica leads our high flying discussion. In his theory of conflict, Air Force pilot John Boyd highlights the psychological and temporal aspects of war and argues that one can paralyze an enemy by operating inside his observation- orientation-decision-action (OODA) loop. This can be accomplished by “tightening” friendly OODA loops and/or “loosening” enemy OODA loops (check out Robert Coram’s book Boyd). Although loosely referenced in our podcast this is part of what has formed the new management trends that you need to know.