|The Crew of Navy Information Operations Command Yokosuka, Japan|
What accounts for the differences between them in superior and average commands?
Three areas make a difference between the results of superior and average commands:
- the Sailors in the command,
- the relationships between them
- the activities they perform
"Relationships" refers to the relationships between different groups of Sailors and the ways these groups of people interact with each other. "Activities" include those things that people do that make the biggest differences between average and top commands.
Five activities were identified:
- Maintaining Standards
- Building Esprit de Corps
- Training and Development