The High Flying Leadership
Qualities: What Matters the Most?
Col Robert L. Tremaine, USAF (Ret.)
Like many U.S. companies, the Department of Defense (DoD) invests in leadership development. The DoD recognizes equal benefits and has insti-tuted various programs to enable it. Not every DoD organization does so to the same degree, however.
Metrics-based Risk Assessment and Management of Digital Forensics
Mehmet Sahinoglu, MSgt Stephen Stockton, USAF (Ret.), Capt Robert M. Barclay, USAF (Ret.), and Scott Morton
Digital forensics risk (digital evidence assessment subject to given standards) is managed and quantified using a risk meter algorithm for calculating risk indices.
Catalysts of Military Innovation: A Case Study of Defense Biometrics
COL Glenn Voelz, USA
This article examines the catalysts of military tech-nology innovation, using a case study of defense biometrics.
#eVALUate: Monetizing Service Acquisition Trade-offs Using the Quality-Infused Price© Methodology
Capt Daniel J. Finkenstadt, USAF, and Lt Col Timothy G. Hawkins, USAF (Ret.)
This research proposes a method to leverage the use of subjective service quality in both selecting contractors and managing their performance.