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Secret Weapon: High-Value Target Teams as an Organizational Innovation
Christopher J. Lamb (au); Evan Munsing (au)
In 2007, the U.S. succeeded in turning around the deteriorating situation in Iraq. Civilian deaths dropped 70% from the previous year, and violence would decrease another 80% the following year. A major factor was interagency teams, which this study argues were a major catalyst in turning around the Iraq War, and that they will disappear from Americańˇ╗s arsenal unless the knowledge base supporting the innovation can be secured. Interagency teams put insurgent clandestine organizations on the defensive and give population security measures a chance to take effect. Contents of this report: Interagency Coordination and Cross-functional Teams; Experimentation with Cross-functional Teams in Afghanistan; Top-down Emphasis on Interagency Teams in Iraq; Bottom-up Experimentation with Interagency Teams in Iraq; Key Variables in Interagency High-value Target Team Performance; Interagency High-value Target Teams During and After the Surge; Decline and Atrophy; Observations; Conclusion. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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