If you had the opportunity to probe the future, make strategic choices, and view their consequences before making expensive and irretrievable decisions, wouldn't you take advantage of it?. .
Of course you would. And in a world of asymmetrical conflict, security threats, intense global competition, and economic uncertainty, there is an even higher premium on road-testing plans and strategies--whether they're spearheaded by government organizations, transnational corporations, or emerging megacommunities.. .
Wargaming for Leaders provides a methodology to get at the issues that one leader, no matter how visionary, cannot grasp on his or her own. How? By bringing together the real experts on the topic at hand to wage "cognitive warfare." Through tapping the collective wisdom surrounding an issue, experts can experience the future in a risk-free environment and find answers to questions that had not been on their radar--often with unexpected and startling results.. .
With examples from the fields of military, corporate, and public policy, three wargaming developers from Booz Allen Hamilton deliver compelling insights on this problem-solving method, including fascinating details on how
Wargaming allows organizations of every type and every size to organize information, plot out scenarios, and tap into the collective expertise of participants.
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Mark Herman is a vice president of Booz Allen Hamilton, specializing in the research, design, and staging of wargames for the government and private sector. He is the author and designer of more than 50 commercial wargames.
Mark Frost, a principal at Booz Allen Hamilton, leads the firm's work in wargaming for the commercial and civil sectors, and megacommunities.
Robert Kurz, a principal at Booz Allen Hamilton, specializes in strategy, analysis, and wargaming.
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Descripción McGraw-Hill Interamericana Editores S.a. de C.v., 2009. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M6071502438