Last Updated:

Organizational Learning Dominance: The Emerging Key to Success in the New Era of Warfare

R. Evan Ellis
R. Evan Ellis

“Organizational Learning Dominance: The Emerging Key to Success in the New Era of Warfare” Comparative Strategy.  May 1999.  Pp. 198-213.

R. Evan Ellis

R. Evan Ellis

Dr. Evan Ellis is a research professor of Latin American studies at the U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute, with a focus on the region’s relationships with China and other non-Western Hemisphere actors as well as transnational organized crime and populism in the region. Dr. Ellis previously served as on the secretary of state’s policy planning staff with responsibility for Latin America and the Caribbean as well as international narcotics and law enforcement issues. In his academic capacity, Dr. Ellis presented his work in a broad range of business and government forums in 27 countries on four continents. He has given testimony on Latin American security issues to the U.S. Congress on various occasions, has discussed his work regarding China and other external actors in Latin America on a broad range of radio and television programs, and is cited regularly in the print media in both the United States and Latin America for his work in this area. Dr. Ellis has also been awarded the Order of Military Merit José María Córdova by the Colombian government for his scholarship on security issues in the region.

Related posts

Learning from Latin America

Learning the Ropes

China: Learning to do business in Latin America