Strategic Planning by the Chairmen, Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1990 TO 2005

  • May 01, 2006
  • Dr Richard M Meinhart

This article examines how the Chairmen Joint Chiefs of Staff from 1990 to 2005 used a strategic planning system to respond to their global challenges. By analyzing this planning system’s evolution, processes and products along with each leader’s use, leadership concepts are identified for future leaders in the following areas: use of vision; balancing flexibility and structure in processes and products; responding to different types of challenges; and influencing climate and culture.