Organizational Culture and Learning during the First World War

Lessons learned ca 1915. Of references to the German “army” there were technically four of them: Prussian, Saxon, Bavarian and Wurtemburg.


This is the second of several posts running on Defence-in-Depth over the next few weeks arising out of the Military Learning and Innovation Roundtable held at the Joint Services Command and Staff College on Wednesday 17 June 2015. The roundtable explored the various ways in which armed forces have learned, adapted, and innovated in times of war and peace, austerity, and pressure from the eighteenth century to the present day. You can read more about the aims and objectives, research outputs, and future events of the Military Innovation and Learning Research Group at Podcasts from the roundtable are available to download here.


Although I had long been active in the process of military learning, it was only in 2009 or so that I began to look critically at this subject when Dr Stuart Griffin, Dr Helen McCartney, and I started a project…

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