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Network Centric Emergency Management: Options for Filling a Strategic Void in Interoperability Thinking
Network Centric Emergency Management: Options for Filling a Strategic Void in Interoperability Thinking
18 Aug 2015
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Network Centric Emergency Management: Options for Filling a Strategic Void in Interoperability Thinking

The Problem: Traditional emergency management approaches are linear and siloed and not agile enough to meet today's complex and dynamic environment. Organisations endeavour to become interoperable, however with the current thinking, this simply moves the solution from one silo to another. A strategic void exists within interoperability thinking and without collaborative innovation and a network centric approach, emergency management practices will continue to lack the agility and capability to respond and recover effectively from dynamic and evolving threats.

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Bruce Hankinson
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