FORT LEE, Va. – The commanding general of Training and Doctrine Command visited Fort Lee Feb. 2, and discussed various topics critical to the Army’s operational effectiveness in the near future.
The commanding general of U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command describes the Army’s new operating concept, “Win in a Complex World,” as the blueprint for Army forces to operate and accomplish objectives in unknown, unknowable and constantly changing environments.
Gen. David Perkins, commanding general of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, also known as TRADOC, visited U.S. Army Europe, or USAREUR, headquarters here, Jan. 26, to speak with leaders about the Army’s new operating concept; win in a complex world.
Even in the face of drawdowns and budget challenges, the Army must continue to think of new and better ways to improve the force, and that’s exactly what participants were asked to do during the Unified Quest Innovation Symposium Jan. 13-15.
WASHINGTON (Oct. 22, 2014) — Empowerment is a two-way street between subordinates and supervisors, said Gen. David Perkins, Training and Doctrine Command commanding general, during the Association of the United States Army’s Annual Meeting and Exposition in Washington, D.C.
Perkins was the keynote speaker for the AUSA Civilian Professional Development Seminar, held Oct. 15. His address was followed by two hour-long civilian panel discussions. The first panel focused on improving the supervisor-employee relationship, and the second discussed professional development programs available to Army civilians.