Luck and Resilience in the Making of a General | Benjamin Runkle
It is easy to see the old images of Marshall standing next to Pershing or surrounded by future generals on his teaching staff at the Infantry School and, knowing what he achieved in building and leading the U.S. Army in WWII, perceive his rise as inevitable. But his eventual triumphs were anything but predetermined.
Marshall and the Fort Benning Revolution
Dr. John Maass discusses Marshall’s leadership at the Infantry School at Fort Benning
Futurist Jack Uldrich talks about Marshall’s leadership, his concept of Jump the Curve, and how trends in technology will affect organization leadership in the future.
Jack Uldrich on Marshall’s Leadership (audio)
Jack Uldrich describes Marshall’s leadership principles.
Conversation with Fred Smith
FedEx CEO Frederick W. Smith and Chris Wallace Talk about vision and leadership.
Gen. Tony Zinni’s talk on Leadership based on his book From the Battlefield to the Boardroom
Why our Generals Were More Successful in World War II
Author, reporter and senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security Thomas E. Ricks explores national security issues and military history. He has covered the U.S. military for the Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal. Series: “Nimitz Lectureship Series,” 2011.
Legacy of Leadership Video Series
Seven videos about Marshall’s leadership principles.
George C. Marshall Foundation Leadership & Strategy Review E-Newsletter Issues (2012-2014)