Many consider the pre-Unification Canadian Army to have achieved the apogee of professionalism, but long-term progress did not result. Major-General Roger Rowley led three major reforms of the Canadian Army and the Canadian Forces during the 1958-1969 period: the reform of the Canadian Army Staff College, the restructuring of the Army through the Army Tactics and Organization Board and the reform of the military profession and officer development through the Officer Development Board. The failure of Rowley’s initiatives reveals the limits of knowledge-based professionalism, collegial decision making and the development of a national strategic perspective in the armed forces of the 1960s and 1970s.
"Major-General Roger Rowley and the Failure of Military Reform, 1958-1969,"
Canadian Military History: Vol. 29
, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholars.wlu.ca/cmh/vol29/iss2/7