Information Technology in Civilian and Military Organizations

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Discuss the planning for and implementation of information technology in civilian and military organizations based on the overall strategic goals require essentially similar organizational competencies.
The Case for this Module pursues the idea of the development of competencies through the use of information technology based on the overall strategy by examining the interesting convergence of civilian and military management. Two articles and a video from TED are of particular interest here. The first suggests that the military is becoming much more like a business, at least in terms of its information and financial management. Both perspectives have much to recommend them. It is also true that the strategic environment in each of the two sectors differs significantly, and that the basic competencies of the military should therefore differ from those required for achievement of civilian purposes. But, it can be argued, the environment within which information technology is employed is largely similar.
References
http://www.ted.com/talks/thomas_barnett_draws_a_new_map_for_peace
http://www.naefrontiers.org/File.aspx?id=21911
http://domino.research.ibm.com/library/cyberdig.nsf/papers/2A4BBFF62659E48B852573A1007488DF/$File/rc24415.pdf

 

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