September 1917

The Coordination of Line and Staff

Volume 2, Issue 3

IN my earlier talks it was my endeavor to urge upon you, individually, the need for intelligent initiative in the performance of your duties. In subsequent talks this thought was elaborated upon. For the present you ought to be sufficiently impressed with the necessity for the development in yourselves of all that you possess of this highly important quality. You appreciate the need for the initiative of each and every one of you to be coordinated so as to produce the best results, for nothing in the way of progress can be gained without mutual effort.

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