Posts Tagged: national defense

Don’t Just Improve Efficiency: Think Outcomes to Achieve Effectiveness

While focusing on efficiency is not a bad thing in and of itself, I would argue that a greater emphasis on understanding outcomes and effectiveness is where the transformational opportunity exists.

Navigating the Grey Areas in Artificial Intelligence Implementations: Perspectives on Ethics in AI

Ensuring that you implement artificial intelligence into your mission in a responsible manner can be a daunting task. While there is no silver bullet, being aware of the trade-offs empowers leaders to navigate the grey in a way that aligns with the values of the organization.

Situational Awareness and Prioritization Are Key to Cybersecurity

When it comes to cybersecurity, engineering your way to a more secure environment is a very important step. But according to John Banghart, Director of Federal Cybersecurity at the National Security Council, technology isn’t the only solution. “I want to focus on people and priority, as opposed to technology,” Banghart said. He was speaking atRead… Read more »

Daily Dose: Budget Cuts Alter National Defense Strategy

For nearly a century, the United States national defense strategy was to have the capabilities to participate in two wars at once, as well as a large military. With budget cuts very much a reality for the Department of Defense, the US is adopting a new strategy. The military will be leaner, meaner, and smaller.Read… Read more »

Daily Dose: Presidential Hopefuls Spread National Defense Disinformation

National defense is always a highly touted issue during Presidential campaigns. And rightfully so, as what could be more important than our national defense? This primary season, presidential hopefuls are going after Obama just as much as they are their Republican rivals. But what happens when the are spreading potentially dangerous disinformation? Recently, presidential hopefulsRead… Read more »