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Title: 2008 IT


1
2008 ITE Workshop A Complex OperationsLearning
Roadmap
  • Presented by
  • Dr. Karen Guttieri
  • Security and Globalization Effects Initiative
  • Naval Postgraduate School
  • www.sage-center.org
  • 23 September 2008

2
Agenda
  • Background New Thinking
  • Security and Development Certificate
  • MA in Global Public Policy
  • Way Ahead

3
New Way of Thinking
  • Society, Security and Globalization - public
    policy perspective
  • Focus on prevention and stability
  • Provincial Reconstruction Teams
  • COCOM priorities (e.g., AFRICOM and SOUTHCOM)
  • Early intervention supporting TSCP and S/CRS
  • How to prepare people to work together in
    networked environments to build security?

4
Gap Analysis
  • Education and Training Gap
  • Non-aligned efforts,
  • Pre-deployment Preparation
  • Discipline Interoperability Gap
  • Different organizational cultures, approaches
  • Institutional Gap
  • Processes to capture and
  • analyze data/lessons learned
  • Operational Picture Gap Lack of standardized,
  • integrated information

NGOs
US Government
Practitioners
International Organizations NATO, UN
Foreign Governments
Academics
  • Relief to Development Gap
  • Need for agreed definition on what sustainable
    development entails

Ops Space
How to synchronize and align efforts?
5
Program Objectives
  • Support building a career field in stability,
    security and development.
  • leadership development at all levels to address
    emerging challenges in the context of
    globalization
  • a technically competent force responsive to
    current and future needs
  • Develop the body of knowledge and intellectual
    capital in the fields of security and stability.
  • Create integrated educational programs for
    stability, security, and development.

6
Complex Operations Milestones at NPS
7
Education Objectives
  • Advanced graduate education at the
    operational-strategic level.
  • Integrating
  • scholarship and practice
  • civilian and military
  • military services
  • international community
  • public and private
  • Focused credentialing and certificates in the
    profession of stability operations as defined in

  • DODI 3000.05
  • NSPD 44
  • 2008 National Defense Strategy intertwining hard
    and soft power,
  • FM 3-07

8
Certificate - Stability and DevelopmentOverview
  • Summary
  • End state 12 graduate credit hours with NPS
    transcript
  • Methodology Taught through a combination of
    distance leaning (DL) and in-residence education
    at NPS
  • Designed Audience USAR (CA), USMC (CAG), USN
    (MCAG), DOS (S/CRS)
  • 90 Day Program of Instruction
  • Phase 1 DL (30 days, pre-reading assignments)
  • Phase 2 Resident (compressed 4 week academic
    workload)
  • Phase 3 DL (30 days, completion of papers)
  • Location
  • Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA
  • Geneva, Switzerland (extension)

9
Certificate - Stability and DevelopmentEducation
Learning Objectives (ELOs)
  • Certification for leaders and practitioners of
    complex operations
  • Graduate-level education in modular construct
  • Develop understanding of security and development
    in the global environment
  • Provide assessment planning tools for
    integrated missions
  • Enable connections across boundaries (sectoral,
    actor, and national) for learning operations
  • Foster ability to develop strategies

10
Certificate - Stability and DevelopmentCore
Courses
  • Global Challenges and Governance
  • Trade, aid, financial flows
  • Normative evolution
  • Environmental change and stability
  • Global governance constructs
  • Security and Development
  • Prevention and stabilization
  • Economic, Security, Justice, Social, Governance
  • Analytic Tools
  • Risk assessment
  • Multi-criteria decision making

Kiribati and Tuvalu Islands
11
Certificate - Stability and DevelopmentKey
Course Elements and Tools
  • Education Elements
  • Comparative analysis/case studies
  • Exercise scenarios
  • Leadership diagnostics
  • Planning frameworks
  • Educational Tools
  • Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Courseware
  • BlackBoard discussion, blogs, interactive media
    elements
  • Computer-assisted exercise (CAX)
  • Network of research fellows and analysts
  • Common operational picture development

12
Certificate - Stability and DevelopmentEducation
Partnerships and Challenges
  • Education Partnerships
  • PKSOI
  • UCLA
  • JMU/USACAPOC
  • Program Challenges
  • Cause- effect unknowns ? research-informed
    education
  • Case studies ? complex ops case series
  • Civil-military education ? partnerships

13
International Public Policy Graduate
ProgramStability, Security, and Development
DRAFT
Summary (total) 24 GSBPP 13 Electives 2 Thesi
s / project 2
Interdisciplinary 7
Core courses Baseline Certificate course in Stabi
lity and Security Operations
BOLD GSBPP courses (existing and new)
14
Way Ahead
  • Begin pilot testing in FY09
  • 2 x Security and Development hybrid certificate
    courses (2nd and 4th quarters)
  • 10 x resident graduate USAR students (January
    2009)
  • 5 x resident fellowships from USAR (January
    2009)
  • New certificate programs
  • Homeland Security
  • Maritime Security
  • Cyber Security

15
Conclusion
  • lack of military experience and training many
    times led to friction when military government
    personnel came into contact with military
    troops
  • Likewise, because military government had become
    such a neglected army subject, military
    commanders found themselves with military
    government facilities they did not always know
    exactly how to use.
  • Robert H. Slover, "Military Government - Where
    Do We Stand Today?," Annals of the American
    Academy of Political Science 267 (1950).

16
Contact
  • Dr. Karen Guttieri
  • Naval Postgraduate SchoolCebrowski Institute
  • US Army Peacekeeping and Stability Operations
    Institute
  • 831-656-2294
  • 831-869-5275
  • guttieri_at_nps.edu
  • www.sage-center.org

17
Back Up Slides
A newly constructed bridge project at Tambol Ban
Laeng Province, Thailand. The bridge project was
constructed by the US Army (USA) 426th Civil
Affairs Battalion, United States Army Reserve.
18
Naval Postgraduate School
  • graduate education
  • multi-disciplinary
  • joint
  • international
  • inter-agency
  • students future leaders
  • 2,000 enrolled
  • 50 Navy and Marine Corps.
  • government civilians
  • 300 from 60 nations.

research ? education
19
Interactive Courseware Library
  •  
  • Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Courseware
  • local culture and traditions, the interaction of
    government, development and security operational
    components
  • best practices from previous civilian and
    military activities
  •  

20
Exercise Environment
  • Computer-Assisted Exercise (CAX)
  • dedicated civil military operations scenario
  • opportunity to train together, facing realistic,
    comprehensive scenarios
  • played on-line individually or as a member of a
    group

21
Research Network
  • Problem lessons archived and atrophied
  • Solution network of research fellows and
    analysts
  • linked together to contribute expertise
  • act as liaisons by disseminating latest
    developments from their institutions to mitigate
    duplicative efforts and information stovepipes
  • develop educational materials and exercises
  • multiple perspectives

22
Common Operational Picture
  • Ability to aggregate comprehensive views of
    security, developmental, and governance
    activities
  • Information data strategy to display geo-spatial
    software with user friendly interfaces across a
    variety of devices.
  • Information sharing protocols to share
    information on ones own terms
  • Hypothesis testing based on information from
    experience and simulations
  • patterns and causal relationships for diagnosing
    problems
  • analyzing actor motivations and behaviors
  • identifying goals or effects
  • prescribing remedies
  • determining measures of progress and effectiveness

23
Theory Development
Goal conduct meaningful research applying softwar
e tools against cultural data in order to develop
and test theoretical models
  • Substantive theory
  • Abstract conceptual model
  • Generic knowledge / favoring conditions
  • Actor-specific behavioral model
  • Effects-based operations
  • Process theory
  • Selecting better policies
  • Common Operating Picture

Source Alexander George Bridging the Gap Washi
ngton DC, USIP Press, 1993, 2001
24
Overview for Stability, Security, and Development
(SSD) Certificate Program
FY2008 (Congressionally funded) (Year 1)
FY2009 2010 (Year 2 and 3)
Possible modules linked to create a masters
program, exec ldrship, and round out modules.
Global Challenges and Governance
Programs and Policy Modules
Security and Development
Introduction to Analytic Methods
Hlth/Human Rights
Security and Risk
  • Learning Objectives and Outline
  • Understanding security / development / stability
    in the global environment
  • Compare cases / analogical reasoning
  • Assessment / planning tools for integrated /
    complex missions
  • Enable connections across boundaries (sectoral /
    actor / national) for learning operations
  • Certification for this stabilization with ability
    to develop strategies in field / AoR for staffs
  • Capture knowledge base and build scenarios /
    lessons
  • Linked to JPME and operational planners courses
    (tailorable and exportable)

Culture and Perceptions
Economics
Negotiation
Infrastructure
Intl Coalitions
Information Mgmt
Cult Anthropology
Regional Studies
Climate Effects
Intl Governance
Funded FY08 (UCLA)
NPS Led Harvard Led UCLA Led TBD
25
Degree MS in Defense Analysis Stabilization
and Reconstruction
QT 1 WINTER
QT 2 SPRING
QT 3 SUMMER
QT 4 FALL
QT 5 WINTER
QT 6 SPRING
SEMINAR IN GUERRILLA WARFARE (DA) TECH
NICAL WRITING AND ENGLISH COMPOSITION (D
A) ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN FOR SPECIAL OPERATI
ONS (DA) MODELING FOR MILITARY DECISION
- MAKING, I (DA)
REGIONAL SEMINAR IN TERRORISM AND SUB-STATE
CONFLICT (1st of 5 regions) (DA) STRATEGIES
FOR BUILDING CONSENSUS (GB) AMERICAN
APPROACH TO SMALL WARS (DA) ELECTIVE
CORE Lab Orient. Dark Networks GIS role in
SSTR Stability Operations
RISE AND FALL OF THE NATION STATE (DA)
ANTHROPOLOGY OF CONFLICT (DA) INTRO
TO STABILIZATION / RECONSTRUCTION (NSA)
MODELING FOR MILITARY DECISION- MAKING, II
(DA)
DETERRENCE, COMPELLENCE, CRISIS MANAGEMENT
(DA) TRUST, INFLUENCE, AND NETWORKS
(DA) ANALYTICAL METHODS (DA) ECONO
MIC DEVELOPMENT OR PLANNING IN COMPLEX NETW
ORKS (NSA)
AREA STUDIES ELECTIVE (SOCIAL AND CULTURAL
FRAMES) (NSA) ELECTIVE Military Role in
Transition to Democracy POLITICAL ANTHR
OPOLOGY (DA) THESIS RESEARCH
CRITICAL THINKING AND ETHICAL DECISIONMAKING
(DA) THESIS RESEARCH THESIS R
ESEARCH
THESIS RESEARCH
26
NPS Ongoing Efforts Relating to OSD
Stabilization, Security Transition
Reconstruction
Modeling of Virtual Environments and Simulation
Institute Harbor Port Security Maritime Domain
Protection Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Ashor
e SSTR Modeling and Simulation Computational Co
gnition Red Teaming

Cebrowski Institute for Information Innovation
and Superiority Hastily Formed Networks Informa
tion Operations and Assurance Complex Humanitaria
n Disasters Terrorist Networks Autonomous Coordi
nation Communications
Wayne Meyer Institute Of Systems Engineering Res
ponses to CNO Guidance 2006 Coalition Maritime S
ecurity
Coalition Gaming
OSD Security Stability Transition Reconstruction
Directive 3000.05
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