This subject equips the student with a comprehensive understanding of management principles relevant to the intelligence setting. Key general management concepts (including organizational structure, staffing issues and goal setting) will be examined, and applied to the intelligence context. Students will explore current issues and challenges in the management of intelligence functions, including staff development & training, the intelligence-policy nexus, and making intelligence 'actionable'. Intelligence Management is a subject that is relevant to leaders and managers working across different intelligence contexts; including policing, national security, defence and the private sector.
Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security
Topic 1: Leadership and Management: An Overview
1.1 What is Leadership and Management? (terminology & definitions)
1.2 Contemporary Leadership and Management frameworks
1.3 Applications of Key Leadership and Management principles (the intelligence leader's tool kit)
Topic 2: Leading an Intelligence Unit
2.1 Characteristics of the Intelligence Leader and Manager
2.2 Establishing and Daily Management of an Intelligence Unit
2.3 Managing Risk and Threat in the Intelligence Context
2.3 Evaluating an Intelligence Unit's Peformance
Topic 3: Contemporary Issues and problems in Intelligence Leadership and Management
3.1 Effective Intelligence governance (making intelligence actionable)
3.2 Building effective intelligence
3.3 The intelligence-policy nexus
3.4 Managing human resources
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