WG4 Leadership, Command and Control and Basic Competences
This does not reflect the final program for the conference.
Karina Mayland, Leadership Challenges and Employee-Driven Innovation in Military Organizations
Michael Jager, Intercultural Leadership in The Swiss Armed Forces Angelika Gronowska-Starzeńska, National Information Security System In The Era Of Total Information Warfare From The Perspective Of Cybernetics
Alicja Wilczewska, You Don’t Fool Me. 5 Steps to Develop Effective Countermeasures Against Disinformation and Manipulation
Marcin Górnikiewicz, Sub-consciousness forecasting of the decision-making process of state leaders
Ausra Kaminskaite, Competencies based leadership of asymmetric warfare
Round tables can take any form that is useful to the participants in the working group, and will be organized at the discretion of the working group chair. Chairs may also decide to forego the roundtable option in order to allow participation in other panels.
While the traditional panel involves presentations followed by questions and answers, a roundtable will normally be more interactive, and involve the audience as well as the people on the roundtable, in a free-flowing discussion like a seminar.