Books, Book Chapters, Articles & Monographs
Kolditz, T.A. (in press). “Training for High Performance in Dangerous Contexts.” Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue, Zurich, Switzerland.
*Wrzesniewski, A., Schwartz, B., Cong, X., Kane, M., Omar, A., & Kolditz, T.A. (under review) “Multiple Motives Don’t Always Multiply Motivation: Evidence from a Decade of West Point Cadets.”
Kolditz, T.A. (2013). “International Relations in a Dangerous, Multinational World: A Brief Conversation with Brigadier General (ret) Thomas Kolditz.” Yale Journal of International Affairs, v. VIII Issue 1, inter 2013, pp. 78-81.
Kolditz, T.A. (2012). “The Warning Signs of David Petraeus’s Fall, and How To Find a Way Forward.” Fast Company Online, November 14, 2012.
Kolditz, T.A. (2011). “Mission Command” The Brunswick Review. London: The Brunswick Group, pp. 21-23.
Kolditz, T.A. (2011). “The Power of Leadership and Authority: Thoughts on Just Power.” Paper published in the Programme of the 41st Annual St. Gallen Symposium, St. Gallen, Switzerland.
Karrasch, A., Levine, A., and Kolditz T.A. (2011). “Leadership When it Matters Most: Lessons on Influence From In Extremis Contexts .” In P. Sweeney, M. Matthews, & P. Lester (Eds.), Leading in dangerous contexts. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, pp. 218-229.
*Kolditz, T.A. & Donigian, A. (2010). “Military Leadership.” In R. Couter, (Ed.) Political and Civic Leadership: A Sage Reference Handbook. San Francisco: Sage Publications.
*Ness, J., Kolditz, T.A., Lewis, P., & Lam, D. (2009). “Development and Implementation of the US Army Leader Self Development Portfolio.” In M. Vaitkus, (Ed.)., Ft. McNair: National Defense University Press.
*Vogelaar, A., Kolditz, T.A., & van den Berg, C. (2009). “Leadership in Dangerous Multinational Contexts.” In J. Soeters (Ed.) Managing Military Environments. Boulder, CO: Lynn Rienner.
Kolditz, T.A. trans. Watanabe, H. (2009). “Leadership in Danger and Urgency, Existence or Nonexistence.” Kanagawa-ken, Japan: Japan Productivity Center for Socio-Economic Development.
* denotes refereed or peer reviewed