At the height of the Cold War, Colonel William Hanne was selected to command Diogenes Station, an isolated, high-security, U.S. Army field station in Turkey.
Being selected for a command as a colonel is an honor; being selected as commander of 500 men and women under stress is a challenge.
Dr. William G. Hanne, Colonel (U.S. Army ret.), shares the techniques of meeting such a challenge through transformational leadership and MBWA—Management by Walking Around, techniques that will be useful to anyone who must assume a leadership role and bring out the best in every one of the people on their team.
About the Author
A graduate of West Point, Dr. William G. Hanne retired as a Colonel from the United States Army after nearly thirty years of service, during which time he completed two tours of duty in Vietnam and served in both Germany and Turkey. Holding an M.S. in Geography from the University of Illinois and a Ph.D. in Educa- tion Policy, Planning, and Administration from the University of Maryland, Dr. Hanne was also Assistant Professor in Geographic Research at West Point. Dr. Hanne currently teaches Russian history and political geography as a volunteer for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute program under the auspices of the University of Arizona.