A Reflection of Environmental Complexity

October 2013
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;2013 4th Quarter, Issue 71, p63
The article focuses on the need of decisionmaking and agile command and control systems for the military to operate in an interactive and dynamic global environment in which resources are to be allocated, shifted, and smoothly among combatant commanders as per strategic requirements. It discusses the difficulties faced in the global military operations and the components of organizational design which may support globally integrated operations.


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