Rick “Ozzie” Nelson shares how he has tracked counterterrorism, information security and information sharing to come up with great insights on how to align public strategies to be successful.
“If you can’t define it, you can’t understand it”. Ozzie says. “Today, everyone uses AI to mean many different things. We can’t write policies and make good laws and business decisions until we come to a common understanding of what it is!”.
Wi-Fi is as ubiquitous as a technology can get. It is widely used and widely understood. In part because of its widespread acceptance, the standards that make Wi-Fi work are slow to change. But a new change is coming and it will make dramatic improvements to how our devices communicate with each other. This post provides some insights into the new Wi-Fi standard aimed at the business and government executive. We review some of the opportunities and risks that will soon present themselves because of the new version, and will do so in a way that will help leaders consider how this change will impact your strategy for success in the market.
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OODA Special Report: Digital Transformation in the Materials Sector- Optimizing The Business of Chemicals, Metals, Mining
This OODA special report focuses on the Materials Sector. It is written both for firms that are in the sector and for those that seek to serve it with the products and services they need.
The Materials Sector encompasses a wide range of commodity-related manufacturing industries. Included in this sector are companies that manufacture chemicals, construction materials, glass, paper, forest products and related packaging products, and metals, minerals and mining companies, including producers of steel. Very few firms in this sector are widely known, since most are producing product for other businesses and they focus their marketing on places that target their particular niches. However, some have developed well known brands, including Dow Chemical, BASF, Alcoa, DuPont, Owens Corning, Rio Tinto, US Steel, Bechtel.
One of our nation’s best strategic thinkers, Dr. James N. Miller has spent his career helping the Department of Defense make good, unbiased policy decisions. He has also worked extensively in academia, helped establish the Center for New American Security (CNAS), and worked to establish the Defense Adaptive Red Team to address a whole host of emerging threat issues. In this interview, he describes his career progression and the thinking and leadership models that have enabled him to think through solutions to our most complex national security problems.
“Defending our democracy from truth decay and the decline of bipartisanship is our most pressing National risk.”