Dowding, Command Culture and the Challenge of Empowerment

The question of leadership styles adopted in organisations relates to the institutions culture. This culture is shaped by the values, beliefs and assumption that underpin institutional thinking and encompasses conceptual […]

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Comparing Apples and Oranges…Or the Challenge of Comparative History

Comparative history is one of the key historiographical trends to have emerged during the twentieth century and more recently has been joined by transnational history.[1] While comparative studies of countries, […]

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‘The Cinderella Service’: RAF Coastal Command, Organisational Culture and Cultural Adaptation in the Battle of the Atlantic

In May I will be delivering a paper at a conference on the Battle of Atlantic that has been organised by King’s College London, the Society for Nautical Research and […]

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