NPS launches new certification program by implementing technology change

The Navy Graduate School (NPS) has made great strides in developing leadership skills to bring new technologies to the ship.

The University has launched a new certification program called “Implementation of Technology Change” to develop the skills necessary for technologists. Emphasizing on competing leaders, the certificate seeks to equate mental, communication, and policy skills with complex technological changes.

Developing, teaching, and managing the talents of emerging technology and cyber workers are key elements of a Navy Secretary. [strategic] Documents and plans, but the impact of that investment will depend on the technology, as well as those who are able to communicate, strategize, and lead from those domains. ” “NPS is moving away from this challenge, not just technology leaders and technologists.

At a time when rapid technological advances and new capabilities are being demonstrated by our peers, aggressive technology and cyberspace responses are crucial. This includes not only “beans and bullets” but also intellectual capital to protect America’s strategic interests.

The NPS Technology Transformation Certificate reinforces this by enhancing students’ ability to support their high-level knowledge in the decision-making ladders up and down the wider audience.

“NPS has a stellar record for designing, analyzing and customizing innovative technological solutions for DDI in all domains, and in this age of topics such as cyber, artificial intelligence and space systems,” Halle said. “However, in the absence of a transition to results, the value of developing knowledge is neutral. Influence requires not only knowledge but also effective communication and domain-customized leadership.

To achieve this, the new certification program requires two main courses: Management Communication (GB3012) and New Course – Emerging Technologies (CS4926). This new course offer will allow deep-seated insights to effectively transfer subject knowledge to non-technical audiences.

In addition, two elective courses are required to manage change in cyber policy and strategy (CY4410), innovation leadership (CS4925), military and technology change (DA4101), and complex management (MN4125) or change management (GB4015).

Taken together, the certification program is truly multi-disciplinary and is designed to support students of any technology discipline. Halle explained that the reason for this interest was that he was struggling to explain the student’s work out of discipline.

“The student gave a very good and authoritative presentation, but it was not effective – the professor did not know why he or Don cared,” she said. “In the meantime, as someone who knows the quality and consequences of student research, I support the recommended reading to a higher level. It was so important. It had the potential to have a significant impact on DD’s cyber security.

Halle’s presentation was not about the quality or potential of science, but about how it was transmitted.

Considering this potential, she began to see students and military personnel. I have often seen them put all their efforts into technological advancement, but only to fall behind in technological change and in some cases even to ignore it.

As a result, Halle developed an advocacy technology change course and later, in collaboration with Strategy and Leadership, revised the Certificate of Implementation Technology Transformation Certification. Overall, the process took about a year to achieve accurate titles and coverage, as well as flexibility for students.

“We offer the Navy not only skills but also practical skills,” said Halle.

Date taken: 07.30.2021
Date posted: 07.30.2021 18:52
History ID: 402167
Place Montreal, Kali, USA

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