Thursday, January 19, 2023
“When confronting an imbalance of power, a subjugated people faces a choice between submission or finding a way to alter the nature of the fight. To overcome this disparity, the Civil Rights Movement developed a strategy that aligned their actions to their desired change.”
– Christopher G. Ingram –
The question of how to best align tactics with strategy should be familiar to any leader who’s ever attempted to move an organization out of the present and into the future. Martin Luther King, Jr. is no exception to this dilemma and a recent analysis of the Civil Rights Movement examines this through a military viewpoint. To dig deeper, Click here for the book review Waging a Good War: A Military History of the Civil Rights Movement, 1954-1968.
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