NAVY Training and Military Training

Completion of individual training is followed by team training. As individual training buys one eligibility, team training becomes an investment in effectiveness. It has been repeatedly shown that most companies, organizations or teams fail more frequently because of the lack of unit interdependence when individual skills are present than the reverse.

Even in units requiring highly individual actions (e.g., a scientist in a research lab), the quantity and quality of resource sharing becomes a crucial factor in determining the overall results achieved. Continue reading

Navy Seal Training Manual

The principles to follow were not copied from a Navy regulation manual. They were synthesized from SEAL literature, interviews with SEAL training officers and experience in combat working with Navy SEALS.

In addition, many of the techniques were tested with the training department of a major company. The department had the reputation of being a skilled but rather pedestrian unit. Continue reading