R. K. Huber

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Alberts (2007) has identified three concepts that form the core of the conceptual basis for command and control of complex endeavors in an uncertain environment: agility, focus and convergence. “In brief, agility is the critical capability that organizations need to meet the challenges of complexity and uncertainty; focus provides the context and defines(More)
Command and Control in the twenty-first century is characterized by transformation from hierarchical industrial age C2 to networked information age C2 concepts. While a requisite information infrastructure is widely recognized as an enabler of networked C2, the contribution of humans to C2 performance is still underestimated. The authors argue that(More)
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