• Engineering
  • Published 2012

ORIENTATION: KEY TO THE OODA LOOP – THE CULTURE FACTOR

@inproceedings{Maccuish2012ORIENTATIONKT,
  title={ORIENTATION: KEY TO THE OODA LOOP – THE CULTURE FACTOR},
  author={Donald A. Maccuish},
  year={2012}
}
The late Colonel John Boyd developed what he called the OODA-Loop as both a learning and decision making model to help us better understand how we make decisions and learn. His OODA-Loop model consists of non-sequential elements: Observe – Orient – Decide – Action. He contended if one could cycle through these phases quicker and more accurately than one’s adversary you could then get inside your adversary’s OODA-Loop and “win”. The key to the OODA-Loop he noted is Orientation. He only drew one… CONTINUE READING

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