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||Woodcock, Alexander E.R.
Christensson, S. Anders.
||The Strategic Management System (STRATMAS®) : the ‘Afghanistan Study 2003’ and ‘Exercise Iraq Future 2005” / Alexander E. R. Woodcock, S. Anders Christensson.
||p. 325-370 : col. maps ; 30 cm.
Published in “The Cornwallis group” (12), 2007 p. 325-370.
“The Cornwallis Group XII : analysis for multi-agency support.”—running caption.
Summary: “This paper describes two different exploratory exercises using the Strategic Management System (STRATMAS®) (Figure 1). STRATMAS® is part of an ongoing research effort at the Swedish National Defence College in collaboration with George Mason University. The research has involved the visual and formal synthetic representation of failing states, support in the generation of intervention plans, and the interaction of those plans with the synthetically failing state. These plans have been analyzed in order to explore their robustness. During simulation activities the practitioners can follow the development of failing state’s theme-based indictors based on the use of specified plans.”—(Abstract).
||Management information systems.
Management information systems – Iraq.
Management information systems – Afghanistan.
Postwar reconstruction – Afghanistan – Planning.
Postwar reconstruction – Iraq – Planning.
Command and control systems.
||http://www.thecornwallisgroup.org/pdf/CXII_2007_22_AERW&SAC.pdf (accessed 25 November 2010)