Synopses & Reviews
John Warden wrote "The Air Campaign" in 1986 while attending the National War College. During his career, he developed a method to simplify analysis of complex organizations, articulated the radically new concept of parallel war, created an extremely new educational system, and synthesized a powerful new approach to business strategy. In addition to being a theorist, however, he has had major successes in the real world of war, politics, education, and business: Generals Schwarzkopf and Powell credited him with creating the air campaign that defeated Iraq in the Gulf War. He retired as a colonel from the United States Air Force and is now the President of Venturist, Inc., a strategy consulting and computer based training development company.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 162-172) and index.