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Title The network centric warrior : the human dimension of network centric warfare / Leoni Warne ... [and others]
Published Edinburgh, S. Aust. : DSTO Information Sciences Laboratory, 2004


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 W'PONDS  355.07 Aus/Dcr  2004/0373  AVAILABLE
Description 93 pages : illustrations
Summary Much of the NCW related work done by the military has been in technological and operational domains. The literature review in this report focuses on the human and organisational factors that need to be considered to make the most of the future NCW context and enable future warfighters to deal with war, peace, terrorism and overall uncertainty. Particular focus is placed on the transformation of warfighting and the issues that individuals and groups face in the NC environment. Such issues include: organisational culture, cognitive demands, the nature of information, C2 processes, knowledge mobilisation and learning, and transformational pathways organisations may follow while changing from a traditional heirarchical way of operatin to more flexible and decentralised structures. The report concludes with suggestions for future research in the human dimension of effective NCW
Notes "July 2004"
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 64-71
Author Warne, Leoni
Ali, Irena
Bopping, Derek
Hart, Dennis.
Pascoe, Celina
Defence Science and Technology Organisation (Australia). Defence Systems Analysis Division