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In Hope Is not a Method, Sullivan and co-author Colonel Michael Harper tell us how they kept the army well-trained and equipped for traditional functions while preparing it for a wide range of new and complicated missions, all in the midst of a dramatic reduction in both human and financial resources. Their approach is based on continuity and change: maintaining their focus on the army's historic vision and values while introducing new problem-solving techniques and training methods.
©1997 Gordon R. Sullivan (P)2009 Phoenix
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2 out of 5 stars
By bidrod1 on 06-06-18

Boring

One of the narrators was very robotic and boring. The material is dry and not very helpful.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Darren Sapp on 02-06-18

Platitudes

2.5 Stars. It's well written, but I learned little. Lots of business platitudes and brief case histories without in-depth studies of changes in the army.

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