American Experience of the Vietnam War

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American Experience Vietnam War By your own orientation to cooperative work in a mission-driven organization like the armed forces, do you consider yourself to be a strategic thinker, a tactical planner, or a logistician? How do you determine that, and how does your own daily life and work demonstrate that? Tactical planner, this is because these individuals will carefully analyze the situation on the ground and make adjustments to their strategy. In combat, this helps them to quickly adapt to changing conditions on the battlefield. The way that I determined this is based upon how I live my life. (Carengie, 1935) (Laver, 2009) (Robbins, 1991) For example, I never keep the same routines or patterns. This is in response to the changing schedule and adjustments that will be required in my daily activities. At the same time, not following identical patterns will make me less predictable. This helps to improve my personal security and it increases the total amounts of flexibility. In the case of work, I am constantly using different strategies to deal with new challenges that I am facing. This is illustrating how I am a tactical planner. (Carengie, 1935) (Laver, 2009) (Robbins, 1991) Then, with your own understanding of what cooperation and support you need from others involved, what do you need from others in their roles to accomplish your own work successfully? The support that is needed from others is based upon: their agreement with key ideas and strategies. To
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