PART III Implications for Leaders and Organizations

THE LAST PART OF THIS BOOK explores the implications of what has been covered for those who create or lead teams that have hard problems to solve, for those who manage the operational contexts within which such teams operate, and for those who seek to help the broader intelligence community better accomplish its overall mission.

After a brief review of the conditions that foster team effectiveness, the penultimate chapter (“Leading Intelligence Teams”) examines how intelligence team leaders allocate their time and attention—what they actually do to help their teams succeed. It turns out that their focus often is misdirected, giving relatively more emphasis to real-time management than to creating ...

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