Accession Number : ADA484910
Title : Creative Strategic Intelligence Analysis and Decision Making Within the Elements of National Power. Proteus Futures Workshop, held Carlise, PA on 14-16 Aug 2007
Descriptive Note : Special rept.
Corporate Author : PROTEUS USA CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
Personal Author(s) : Williams, Linda ; Waddell, William
Report Date : Aug 2007
Pagination or Media Count : 123
Abstract : The goal of the Proteus Futures Academic Workshop: Creative Strategic Intelligence Analysis and Decision Making within the Elements of National Power, was to provide scholars from various organizations across the Department of Defense, the interagency, academia, and private and corporate sectors the opportunity to present papers on topics and issues that explore complexity in the future global security environment and its discrete threats and opportunities, as well as to examine Proteus related new and innovative concepts, strategies, and processes to meet United States national security challenges in the 21st Century. The Proteus Management Group USA hosted this workshop. The workshop provided an opportunity to exchange ideas and to showcase studies and research that serve to develop the foresight that will be needed to cope with future uncertainty and complexity among an international audience of military, national security, and intelligence community leaders, as well as experts from academia. The focus of their effort was on the refinement, development, and application of new and emerging futures concepts, methods, processes, and scenarios in strategic intelligence analysis and decision making. The workshop's purpose was to identify relevant work that will assist strategic and high-operational level decision makers, planners, and analysts within the Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental, and Multinational community in outside the box consideration and critical analysis of national, military, and intelligence issues.
Descriptors : *STRATEGIC INTELLIGENCE , *WESTERN SECURITY(INTERNATIONAL) , *DECISION MAKING , *NATIONAL SECURITY , ECONOMIC WARFARE , WORKSHOPS , INSURGENCY , SCENARIOS , TERRORISM
Subject Categories : Information Science
Government and Political Science
Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE