Creating Rational Organizations

Front Cover
Jay Bayne
0 Reviews
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Preface
1
Introduction
11
Background
17
DOD Enterprise Command Control Domain
32
The Nature of Enterprise
33
Enterprise Value Production Unit
39
Enterprise VPU Structure
42
U S DODDHS Command Hierarchies
43
Tasking Order
137
TPPU Timing
140
EC2 Message Structure
141
EC2 Process Timing Considerations
145
EC2 InterStage Timing
146
PerStage Performance Indicator
147
Example TimeUtility Functions TUF
150
Example Plan TUF Sequence
151

Traditional Army Command Structure
44
Military Enterprise Force Projection
45
Industrial Production Network
46
Combined MilitaryIndustrial Enterprise
47
Multiple Communities of Interest COI
49
Switching Among Distinct COI Contexts
51
U S National Military Command Structures
53
U S DODDHS InterAgency Collaboration 53 Figure 13 DODDHS Federated Enterprise
55
Enterprise Control Services
57
C2 Process Loop
59
Distributed Enterprise Control
60
C2 Application Services
62
Situation Assessment Services
64
Plan Generation Services
68
Plan Execution Services
71
InterStage Collaboration
73
Enterprise Command Services
75
EC2 Command Structure ECS Model
76
Enterprise Command Structure
78
ScaleFree Enterprise Command Structures
81
External Command Context
82
Recursive SuperiorSubordinate Structures
85
Principal EC2 Actors
86
EC2 Bridge Flight Deck
88
DOD C2 Enclaves
91
Rail Transportation C2 Enclave
92
Telecommunications C2 Enclave
93
TransVPU Activity Threads
94
VPUECS Internals
95
Tasking Orders
98
Command Axis Dialog
99
Process Supervision
101
Process Autonomic Regulation
103
Process Synchronization
105
Performance Measurement Services
107
Performance Measurement Services
108
VPU Relative Performance Indices
110
Situational Performance
112
EC2 Execution Properties
113
C2 Planning Horizons
115
Situation Awareness Services
117
Generalized Plan Structure COA
122
Plan Generation Services
124
Generalized Policy Structure
125
Generalized Asset Structure
127
PES Stage Processing
131
Command Data Structure Notional
133
Plans and Tasks
152
PerStage Completion Time Distributions
158
MultiPlan and MultiTask Scheduling
159
MultiPlan Sequencing
161
MultiPlan Accrued Utility
162
Task Execution Profiles
163
Enterprise Engagement Protocols
165
VPU Engagement Trading Protocol
166
A ThreeVPU Supply Chain Engagement
169
InterVPU Message Types
170
Inter VPU Message Exchange
174
Enterprise Resource Management
179
Plan Execution Sequencing
182
TUF Scheduling Windows
184
The Structure of Unified Command
185
Command Staff View
187
Enterprise C2 Services Domain
188
EC2 Radar Lens View
189
EOS Component Model
190
Enterprise Applications
191
Military Joint C2 Applications
194
EC2 Lens on Commercial Military Domains
196
Divisional EC2 System
197
CooperativeCompetitive Situations
199
Collaboration Interfaces
200
Federated Operations
202
Joint Forces Command
204
Wisconsin State Emergency Management
205
National Operating Domain
207
Glossary Acronyms
209
Cybernetics
223
Commanders Intent
224
Simplified View of Human C2 Infrastructure
226
The Reflex Arc
227
Hierarchical Control Structure
229
Cybernetic C2 System Model
231
Learning through Reentrant Maps
232
EC2 Controller Details
233
VPU Analytic Model
235
VPU Federated Operating Context
236
Command Axis Transfer Function
239
Production Axis Transfer Function
241
VPU Composite
242
VPU Control Processing Services
243
Index
245
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information