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Knowledge Management

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Technical Report

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Army Science Board Arlington United States

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The Army Science Board was tasked to conduct a study on Knowledge Based Management and Information Reliability to examine innovative ways of addressing technology issues that have the potential to weigh down future war-fighters with massive amounts of data. Specific sub taskings include 1 Define Knowledge Management and Information Assurance technologies for the Objective Force 2 Define the strategy for conquering information glut through fundamental soldierteam enabling technologies and processes from conceptual to geo-spatial 3 Examine technology and operational concepts to mitigate asymmetric threats 4 Provide a2008-2012 roadmap to enable small, autonomous processing that facilitates knowledge production, sharing and decision making. The ASB central recommendation is to incorporate and grow KM in the IBCTs. Other recommendations include 1 Designation of KM and Info Assurance technologies as essential for Knowledge Dominance 2 Building tactical Knowledge Management on the foundation of the existing Army Knowledge Online, the Armys excellent enterprise application 3 Establish doctrine incorporating KM and IA technologies into Objective Force systems, including OF Combat Battalion and OF Soldier Systems4 Implementing a KM Center of Excellence ARL and TRADOC and 5 Investing in Process, Technology and Training to ensure Knowledge Dominance.

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  • Radio Communications
  • Computer Systems
  • Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics

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