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Innovation
UNSTOPPABLE : THE SAGA OF THE PANINI KEYPAD  By Abhijit Bhattacharjee

In 2013, India has over 800 million mobile phone users of which the vast majority cannot type on their phones because their own languages are not supported and they do not know ...Read more >

298 Pages
2.65 MB
TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION ENABLERS FOR SUPERIORITY IN 2030  

The study provides a framework to analyze technology and innovation enabler investments to support military capabilities required in ...Read more >

148 Pages
8.00 MB
SECRET WEAPON : HIGH-VALUE TARGET TEAMS AS AN ORGANIZATIONAL INNOVATION  

This study argues that interagency teams were a major catalyst in turning around the Iraq War, and that they will disappear from Americas arsenal unless the knowledge base supporting the innovation can be secured. Most explanations credit the dramatic reduction in violence in Iraq between 2007 and 2008 to new U.S. leadership, the surge in U.S. forces, and U.S. financial support to Sunni tribal ...Read more >

84 Pages
1.80 MB
A HISTORY OF INNOVATION  

Innovation may be defined in many ways, but simply put it is the creation of something newwhether it be a novel product or device, a different way to organize people or entities, an original process or method of doing things, or even a fresh use for an existing ...Read more >

185 Pages
3.98 MB
THE WORLD AT GLOBAL POPULATION PEAK  

The primary determinant on the vertical axis is humanity's ingenuity for innovation and increasing productivity in the face of dramatically rising resource requirements, including political innovation in response to the emergence of a global middle class and the general aging of societies across the ...Read more >

9 Pages
5.56 MB
HOW POWERPOINT STIFLES UNDERSTANDING, CREATIVITY, AND INNOVATION WITHIN YOUR ORGANIZATION  

This article addresses a most unexciting military topic- the form and function of routine planning and briefing methodology within our modern digital-age military organizations. Although the topic of briefings is hardly groundbreaking, it deals with what has become an engrossing affair for nearly all military organizations: ...Read more >

9 Pages
279.42 KB
PREDICTING MILITARY INNOVATION  

The current international security environment puts a premium on predicting military innovation. Diffusing technology has historically provided a stimulus for states to modernize their military forces.As technology becomes increasingly available to a wide range of states including those not considered advanced,industrial economies global diffusion,and thus, military modernization,become increasingly likely.Su is the case today.But technology alone does not determine military ...Read more >

148 Pages
3.21 MB
MILITARY INNOVATION IN PEACE TIME  

The years 1918-1939, which separate World War I from World War II, witnessed profound changes in how technologically advanced military organizations would fight.The Germans restored movement to land warfare through creation of the Blitzkrieg; the RAF’s Fighter Command capitalized on radio detection and ranging (radar) and development of advanced fighters like the Spitfire to assemble an integrated, air-defense system of systems; American and British bomber enthusiasts laid the doctrinal, ...Read more >

64 Pages
295.88 KB
HOW TO BE CREATIVE  

26 Pages
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THINKING OUT OF THE BOX  

Persuasive in peace, decisive in war, preeminent in any form of combat—with these goals in mind and constantly using such terms as full dimensional,full spectrum,dominant and dominance, the Joint Staff white paper Joint Vision 2010 and its extension Joint Vision 2020 paint a picture of where U.S. military forces should head as they move into the twenty first century.Vision papers of individual services, such as Marine Corps Strategy 21, follow the lead of the joint documents in their ...Read more >

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TRAINING CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS FOR BATTLE COMMAND  

I think that every great leader I have known or read about was able to coalesce disparate, complex thoughts, ideas and concepts into a single expression that everyone could understand. Great leaders are able to see things that others cannot. All of them not only see the big picture; they have the special ability to explain it so others can see it as well. And lastly, all great leaders believe that the mind is the most powerful weapon in their arsenal. All great leaders spend more time thinking ...Read more >

135 Pages
2.94 MB
DELIVERING INNOVATION  

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