BEST PRACTICES FOR NATO COUNTERING HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN THE BALKANS
Stanford University’s Freeman Spogli Institute will carry out a project with NATO on the topic of women’s leadership within NATO and their contribution to international peace and security under the direction of political philosopher Dr. Francis Fukuyama Olivier Nomellini Senior Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI).
Currently, only a small percentage of women serve in NATO’s senior leadership. Stanford students will carry out research on case studies of organizational change, travel to NATO’s headquarters in Brussels for on the ground interviews and provide actionable recommendations to the organization on ways it can transform its leadership within the next two years.
Deliverables and Impact
Stanford students will collect relevant data and use case studies describing organizational change to analyze NATO’s management and potential for a culture shift. They will provide a NATO a written strategic plan and oral presentation that is comprehensive, realistic, and effective within a two-year time frame.