A relevant report from RAND for interest.
It's from the US, and 2013 vintage, but somewhat interesting nonetheless. I liked the focus on making changes based on data as opposed to, you know, what we tend to do sometimes:
Adapting the Army’s Training and Leader Development Programs for Future Challenges
The Army’s operational requirements have expanded since the start of the 21st century. Its forces must be prepared to react to a wide range of potential missions, from peacekeeping to high-intensity conflict. At the same time, the Army must keep additional forces prepared while a significant proportion of its structure is deployed and operationally engaged. This new environment has created a need for major change in the Army’s programs for training units and developing leaders. In 2010 RAND completed research designed to support Army efforts in these areas by identifying directions that the Army can follow to achieve the needed changes, and make those changes at a time when reduced budgets are likely. This report presents results of that research; it should interest those involved in designing Army training and leader development strategies and those involved in the process of providing resources for these strategies.