Vid seminariet behandlas tre stycken artiklar som planeras att publiceras 2020/2021.
"Sweden and “Our Military Profession” - Building a Common Identity or Creating Friction?" av Joakim Berndtsson
"The Birth of the Entrepreneurial Military: Recruitment and Retention in post-Cold War Sweden" av Sanna Strand
"When rules clash with reality: an investigation of Swedish military professionalism" av Lotta Victor Tillberg
Efter seminariet är det CSMS After Work
Artikeln "The Dynamics of Military Skills: The Role of Experience-Based Knowledge in Challenging Situations" av Lotta Victor Tillberg är nu publicerad i tidskriften Scandinavian Journal of Military Studies (SJMS).
Based on narratives from Swedish officers’ experiences from challenging situations, the article investigates the role of experience-based knowledge in military practice. Officers must be prepared to act in situations in which they do not have full control, make decisions under uncertain circumstances, and master tasks with conflicting rules, objectives, and means.... https://sjms.nu/articles/10.31374/sjms.40/Scandinavian Journal of Military Studies
Artikeln "Why Military Organizations Are Cautious About Learning" skriven av Hans Hasselbladh och Karl Ydén är nu publicerad i den senaste utgåvan av Armed Forces & Society.
This article argues that military organizations display a more rigorous form of collective sensemaking than ordinary bureaucratic organizations. Military organizing is predicated on the rigorous modes of thinking and acting that follow from the particular military propensity to impose order on chaos. This trait is antithetical to modern notions of “the learning organization,” in which exploring variety and experimenting and testing out unproven methods are central... https://journals.sagepub.com/toc/afsa/currentArmed Forces & Society