Mission Critical Teams: Towards the Creation of a University Assisted, Mission Critical Team Instructor Cadre Development Program

Preston B Cline, University of Pennsylvania

Abstract

Between 2008 and 2016, the Instructor Cadre’s from a number of Mission Critical Teams engaged in a collaborative inquiry process to examine ways to help Mission Critical Teams more fully engage as learning communities. Mission Critical Teams (MCT) are being defined a Small (4-12 agents) integrated groups of indigenously trained and educated experts that leverage tools and technology to resolve complex adaptive problems in an immersive, but constrained (five minutes or less), temporal environments, where the consequence of failure is death or catastrophic loss. The research resulted in a proposed method for more effectively reviewing a Mission Critical Event Lifecycle a plan for the creation of a University Assisted Mission Critical Team Instructor Cadre Development Program.^

Subject Area

Educational leadership|Education

Recommended Citation

Cline, Preston B, "Mission Critical Teams: Towards the Creation of a University Assisted, Mission Critical Team Instructor Cadre Development Program" (2017). Dissertations available from ProQuest. AAI10275988.
http://repository.upenn.edu/dissertations/AAI10275988

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