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|Organization is the enemy of improvisation. - Unknown, Source The foolish think |
that nothing is well done, except that which they do themselves. - Unknown,
Source In a world where the outrageous has become the norm, stable
|Are not organizations as dynamic as human bodies and similarly complex? ... |
cases tactical maneuvers (treatment) will be undertaken with the primary purpose
of learning more about (diagnosing) the enemy's position, weaponry, and
|However, the defending organization is often in a reactive position, improvising |
new programs to cope with the ... inherently somewhat more difficult for a military
organization than devising plausible scenarios for destroying enemy capabilities.
|A History of Anarchist Organization from Proudhon to May 1968 Alexandre Skirda|
. And we have no doubt that, if the revolution were ... These days, this is neither a
game nor a matter of improvisation. So it is that, until such time as we have our ...
|They practise by building up their memory of repertoires that helps them |
recognize emergent patterns; these very skills, however, lend themselves to
building stock responses which are the enemy of improvisation. To guard against
|The role of the leader during improvisation is suggested by Dan Isenberg's (1985|
) description of battlefield commanders. On battlefields, commanders often “fight
empirically” in order to discover what kind of enemy they are up against.
|In 2003, in response to the quick rise in the enemy's use of improvised explosive |
devices in the war on terror and the ... For this new organization, we recruited and
hired experienced former Special Forces noncommissioned officers and ...
|Wherever he found instances of clever improvisation by the enemy, he held them |
up as examples to be followed. For he knew that the German talent for
organization should be supplemented by flexibility. Ultimately this concern led
him to ...
|He had now broken all rules, and it would free him and the organization from the |
hand of Russia. There was now no turning ... There was little intelligence to move
on, and he knew there would be a lot of improvisation. That was what made a ...
Patrick Lloyd Hatcher - 1990 - Preview
|Still, the change in organization was the lesser of two major problems in |
improvisation for this particular war. ... found themselves averse to using military
units in their major mission of destroying the enemy's military units, they looked
for new ...
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