Applying Military Special Operations Concepts to Grow Your Business and Career

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Gives a view from a war veteren's perspective on how to use military concepts in business. Presents a somewhat ideal view of the causes of the success of military operations.
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  Think Like a Green Beret and A Navy SEAL: Applying Military Special Operations Conceptsto Grow Your Business and Career    Chad StorlieAuthor, Iraq Combat Veteran, Business Leader www.CombatToCorporate.com  Chad Storlie Background Military EducationDeploymentsOperational UnitsOutside ExperienceEducationAuthor   Objective for Today ã What Are Military Special Operations Forces? ã How a Special Operator Becomes Special ã Five Lessons of Special Operations for Your Businessand Your Career:1.Use of Reconnaissance2. Commander’s Intent   3.War Gaming 4.P-A-C-E5.After Action Review (AAR) Think Like a Green Beret and a Navy SEAL: Applying Military Special OperationsConcepts to Grow Your Business and Career  3  What Are Military Special Operations Forces? Think Like a Green Beret and a Navy SEAL: Applying Military Special OperationsConcepts to Grow Your Business and Career  4 Navy Special WarfareArmy Special OperationsAir Force SpecialOperationsLogistics + Other UniqueSupport RolesMarine Corps SpecialOperations ã Fewer Than 60,000  –  About 4% of USMilitary ã Special Selection,Training, Equipment& Missions
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