If the central defence management question during the Cold War was, "how much is enough?" the most pressing question today is "how can we do more with what we have?" With only a few exceptions, soldiers and defence managers in every state are asked to provide sophisticated military capabilities with less money, resources, and people. This collection of essays by internationally reknowned authors attempts to answer some aspects of this fundamental question. Contents Introduction -- Douglas Bland (Queen's); Reforming Defence Management: Lessons from the New Zealand Defence Force Experience -- Cathy Downes (New Zealand Defence Force); Managing Defence in the Post-Cold War Era: A View from the United Kingdom -- Martin Edmonds (Lancaster University, U.K.); Distributing the Defence Budget: Choosing Between Capital and Manpower -- John M. Treddenick (Royal Military College of Canada); Tyranny of the Bean Counters -- Greg Foster (National Defense University); Education in Defence Resources Management: The Next Decade -- John E. Dawson and Charles J. LaCivita (Defense Resources Management Institute, Monterey, CA); Military Education Reform and Defence Management Studies in Hungary -- B.Gen. Zoltán Szenes (Ministry of Defence, Budapest, Hungary).