Centralising power not only offers a sense of control and order, but it’s a cheaper way to fight a war. Letting commanders decide what to do on the fly requires more training and more troops, which can be expensive and unpredictable.
— From Quartz, ‘A ferocious tank battle taught H.R. McMaster how to prepare for the unexpected’
- Situation selection
- Situation modification
- Mentally framing
—Angela Duckworth, in Trained Podcast (Ep: ‘Why talent alone isn’t enough’)
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