Revolution in Analytical Affairs - XXI
Final rept. Nov 1997-May 2001
CENTER FOR ARMY ANALYSIS FORT BELVOIR VA
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This report discusses how the Army analysis community should change to improve its capability to meet the present and future analytical demands of its analysis customers. At the November 1997 Army Operations Research Symposium, LTG Heebner highlighted the ongoing revolution in business and military affairs and questioned whether there is or should be a corresponding revolution in analytical affairs. To answer LTG Heebners inquiry, general officer level Army commanders and heads of major staff elements were interviewed to develop a description of customer analysis demands. Major post-Cold War changes in the analysis community were identified. Based on this information, along with an understanding of the underpinnings of current counterpart revolutionary changes in government, military, and commercial sectors, a proposal was developed for a revolutionary change in the Army analysis community proposal that is distinctly customer focused. This report discusses this proposed revolutionary change along with other supporting initiatives.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations
- Operations Research