is the Army’s approach to command and control that empowers subordinate decision making and decentralized execution appropriate to the situation (ADP 6-0).What is ADP 6-22?
Preface ADP 6-22, Army Leadership and the Profession, establishes and describes the Army Profession and the foundations of Army leadership, (outlines the echelons of leadership (direct, organizational, and strategic), and describes the attributes and core leader competencies expected of all leaders across all levels and cohorts.What is Chapter 5 5 5-2 of the ADP?
Chapter 5 5-2 ADP 6-22 31 July 2019 5-3. All Army leaders are followers; each reports to someone higher in the chain of command, ultimately up to the Secretary of the Army who answers to the President. Leaders inspire and guide subordinates to follow; subordinates react to inspiration and follow guidance while performing their duties.Why do we use ADP?
Used under license. Especially as we look at the future of work — and ask how do we do things differently — we turn to ADP to help us.