By Joseph Oebbecke and MAJ Michael Flatoff
Army knowledge management is especially critical in empowering senior decision-makers in both the operating and generating forces.
Knowledge Management is the art of creating, organizing, applying and transferring knowledge to facilitate situational understanding and decision-making. Relevant, actionable knowledge is essential for effective operations in an operations environment. It is also required for effective development and delivery of doctrine, training and education, and ensuring the availability of required capabilities now and in the future.
By LTC Michael Lanham, Thelma Wandhal-Bundesen, Donald DeLaHunt, Michael Charbonneau
Certification and accreditation of network enclaves allows Army service component commanders and their designated approving authorities to have a formal and repeatable process of identifying, measuring, mitigating and accepting risks to a critical command and control enabler—their communications networks.
By MAJ Jay H. Anson
This article uses the Kotter Change Model to analyze the Army's new vision and strategy for future information systems development as described in the Army Capstone Concept. The author describes how leadership shortfalls created the current situation, current measures being taken by our leaders to fix the system and considerations for the way ahead.