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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 AmericašůĽs 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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