Received: 2015-11-15  |  Accepted: 2016-01-20

Title

owards enhanced security: education and development of military commanders within the Lithuanian and Austrian Armed Forces


Abstract

This paper is focused on the current state of opinions and positions on issues of education and development of commanders within the Lithuanian and Austrian Armed Forces. The contribution presents the results of a questionnaire survey entitled „Analysis of current situation, opinions and attitudes to the issue of education and development of military commanders (managers) of chosen subjects in subordination of the National Defence System of Lithuania“and „Analysis of current situation (opinions, attitudes) of the issue of education and developmet of managers (military leaders) of chosen subjects in subordination of the Austrian Armed Forces“. The selected areas provide a current overview of the opinions and attitudes of the views of awareness and opportunities for consultation, development of managerial skills and leadership managing at the beginning effect on the function, development needs, barriers, educational and development activities attendance and integration of new elements to training. Attention is paid to the methodology of Crew Resouce Management from a civilian and military point of view, its history, focus, aplication, etc. This paper focuses on the use of CRM at United States Navy and Marine Corps, United States Air Force, United States Army, United States Coast Guard and other world´s military services.


Keywords

education, development, commanders, Lithuanian Armed Forces, Austrian Armed Forces, Crew Resource Management


JEL classifications

I20 , O15


URI

http://jssidoi.org/jssi/papers/papers/view/95


DOI

10.9770/jssi.2016.5.3(1)

Authors

Hurbišová, Petra
University of Defence in Brno
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Davidová, Monika
University of Defence in Brno
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Title

Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues


Issue date

2016


ISSN

ISSN 2029-7017 (print)
ISSN 2029-7025 (online)

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