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    Title: 軍事訓練與危機管理能力之研究
    Other Titles: A study of the relationship between military training and crisis management
    Authors: 陳衍正;Chen, Yen-cheng
    Contributors: 淡江大學管理科學研究所企業經營碩士在職專班
    李培齊;Lii, Peirchyi
    Keywords: 軍事訓練;軍事教育;領導能力;應變能力;危機管理;危機管理能力;military training;Military education;leadership;crisis management
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 03:11:47 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 美國有一所西點軍校,在歷史上,已成功地培養出大批傑出領導人才,其中不乏有叱吒風雲的政壇領袖,有馳騁疆場的軍事將領;尤其是一些跨國公司的總裁、CEO等高階管理人才,他們並未在知名大學商學院中接受過正規的商業管理教育,而是畢業於西點軍校。近年來,西點軍校更被世人稱為「全世界CEO的搖籃」,這是一個令人驚異的秘密。
    In the US, there is the West Point Academy, which has successfully graduated a lot of outstanding leaders, including powerful politicians, and veteran military generals. In particular are those like US presidents and CEOs of multinational corporations, who did not receive formal business management education in business colleges of well-known universities. They only graduated from West Point Academy. In recent years, the West Point Academy has often been called “The Cradle of the world’s CEOs”, which is an amazing secret.
    This research is especially focused on:When facing crisis, can those presidents, military generals and CEOs acquire knowledge and illumination from their previous military education and training to solve problems outside of military situations? Further, what kind of strategies and methods do they use to reduce or cease crisis, and pull the organization through safely? Furthermore, when facing organization crisis, can a business manager who received military training make decisions faster and easier than one who did not receive military training to solve the crisis? What is the difference between the two types of managers? This is the purpose of my research.
    This study is a qualitative research. The following conclusion is based on the results of analysis of literary references and in-depth interviews:
    1.Military training can develop crisis management ability.
    2.The business executive with a military background is more capable of managing crisis.
    3.The capabilities and characteristics of the military surely do contribute to the organization crisis management.
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