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These experiments are almost universally declared successes. However, because we were not able to instrument them fully, we cannot know exactly what happened or why. This greatly limits the usefulness of these events and squanders opportunities to contribute to our understanding of how information can be effectively leveraged. Chapter 2 31 Hierarchy of Measures Figure 16 depicts the primitives in the context of a hierarchy of measures that can be employed to understand the Information Superiority/Network Centric Warfare value chain.
Evans and Thomas S. Wurster, “Strategy and the New Economics of Information,” Harvard Business Review (September-October 1997). 2David S. Alberts, The Unintended Consequences of Information Age Technologies: Avoiding the Pitfalls, Seizing the Initiative (Washington, DC: National Defense University Press, 1996). 3David S. Alberts, John J. Garstka, Frederick P. Stein, “Implications for MCPs,” Network Centric Warfare: Developing and Leveraging Information Superiority, 2nd Edition (Revised) (Washington, DC: CCRP Publication Series, 1999).
For example, information sharing and collaboration disrupt existing organizational decisionmaking processes, authorities, and values. 50 Understanding Information Age Warfare Allocating resources to networks threatens existing platform-centric power structures. If existing platforms and their associated tactics, techniques, and procedures were clearly decisive in Operation Desert Shield, Desert Storm, why should Network Centric Warfare be relevant? In the present absence of a peer competitor, the compelling rationale for pursuing disruptive innovation in the form of Network Centric Warfare may be lacking.