Related Publications Catalog

Talent & Strategy Development Capability

Related Publications Catalog

Talent & Strategy Development Capability

Scroll to view a list of related publications for CPG’s talent and strategy development capability. 
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Ross, K.G., & Phillips, J.K. (2019). Developing mastery models to support the acquisition and assessment of expertise. In P. Ward, J.M. Schraagen, J. Gore, and E. Roth (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Expertise. Oxford University Press.
Barto, J., McCann, S., O’Connell, D., & Roydes M. (2019). The innovative instruction workshop: Facilitating learning for higher-order thinking. Marine Corps Gazette. 103(6), 64-69.
Baxter, H.C. (2019). Global financing facility knowledge & learning strategy. Developed for the Global Financing Facility Branch of the World Bank. Washington, DC. 
Bond, A. J. H., Phillips, J. K., Steinhauser, N. B., & Stensrud, B. (2019). Revolutionizing formal school learning with adaptive training.  Proceedings of the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation, and Education Conference, Orlando, FL: National Training Systems Association.
Hallal-Kirk, L., Ross, W. A., & Daigle, R. N. (2019, July). Focus on the human dimension: Constructing sustainable experiential learning solutions for small unit leaders. In International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (pp. 179-183). Springer, Cham.
McCann, S., Barto, J., & Goldman N. (2019). Learning through story listening. American Journal of Health Promotion. 33(3), 10-14.
McCann, S. & Barto, J. (2018). Marine Corps instructor development as a catalyst for institutional change. Paper presented at the 2018 International Transformative Learning Conference, New York, NY.
O’Connell, D.A., (2019) “Facing the ‘what now?’ moment: A response to “crossing the minefield”, Marine Corps Gazette, June 2019 (online).
O’Connell, D.A., (2019) “The movie every marine should see,” Proceedings, Naval Institute Press, Vol 145/11/1401, 42-43.
Phillips, J.K., Hancock, A.K., Baxter, H.C., Williams, M.L., Pfahler, M.D. (2019). U.S. Marine Corps intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance mastery model. Developed for Office of Naval Research, Arlington, VA under contract N00014-18-C-2034.
Williams, M. L., Phillips, J. K., & Ross, W. A. (2018). ISR current and future training technical report. (Technical Report prepared under Contract N00014-18-C-2034 for the Office of Naval Research). Orlando, FL: Cognitive Performance Group.
Phillips, J. K., & McCann, S. E. (2017). Option IV: Master instructor development baseline technical report. (Technical Report prepared under Contract N00014-14-C-0106 for the Office of Naval Research). Orlando, FL: Cognitive Performance Group.
Phillips, J. K., Ross, K. G., & Rosopa, P. J. (2017). Assessment instruments in support of Marine instructor development. Proceedings of the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation, and Education Conference, Orlando, FL: National Training Systems Association.
Ross, K.G., Rosopa, P. J., & Phillips, J.K. (2017). Master instructor development psychometric analysis report. (Technical Report prepared under Contract N00014-14-C-0106 for the Office of Naval Research). Orlando, FL: Cognitive Performance Group.
Vogel-Walcutt, J. J., Phillips, J. K., & Ross, K. G. (2016). Instructional design roadmap: Principles to maximize learning across developmental stages. Proceedings of the lnterservice/lndustry Training, Simulation, and Education Conference, Orlando, FL: National Training Systems Association.
Vogel-Walcutt, J. J., Ross, K. G., Phillips, J. K., & Stensrud, B. (2016). Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of adaptive training: Using developmental models as a framework and foundation for human-centered instructional design. Special Edition of Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science (TIES): The Future of Learning: Implications for Humans, Adaptive Systems, and Instructional Technologies.
McCann, S. (2015). Higher order mLearning: Critical thinking in mobile learning. MODSIM World, 208, 1-11. 
Yorks, L. & Barto, J. (2015). Workplace, organizational, and societal: Three domains of learning for 21st century cities. New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education. 2015(145), 35-44.
Fiore, S. M., Ross, K. G., & Jentsch, F. (2012). A team cognitive readiness framework for small-unit training. Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making, 6(3), 325-349.
Vogel-Walcutt, J. J., Phillips, J. K., & Ross, K. G. (2012). Scientific principles to support rapid scenario development. Proceedings of the lnterservice/lndustry Training, Simulation, and Education Conference, Orlando, FL: National Training Systems Association.
Ross, W. A., & Kobus, D. A. (2011). Case-based next generation cognitive training solutions. Proceedings of the lnterservice/lndustry Training, Simulation, and Education Conference. Orlando, FL: National Training Systems Association.
Ross, W. A., Phillips, J. K., & Lethin, C. (2010). Decision-centered approach to training decision making for small units in complex cultural contexts. Proceedings of the lnterservice/lndustry Training, Simulation, and Education Conference, Orlando, FL: National Training Systems Association.
Phillips, J., Ross, K., & Cohn, J. (2009). Creating tactical expertise using simulations: Guidance for scenario developers and instructors. In D. Schmorrow, J. Cohn, and D. Nicholson (Eds.), The PSI Handbook of Virtual Environments for Training and Education, Volume 1 (pp. 148-164). Westport, Connecticut: Praeger Security International.
Phillips, J. K., Klein, G., & Sieck, W. R. (2004). Expertise in judgment and decision making: A case for training intuitive decision skills. In D.J. Koehler and N. Harvey (Eds.), Blackwell Handbook of Judgment & Decision Making (pp. 297-315). Victoria, Australia: Blackwell.
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