comments on strategic planning in the US

Interesting article by Steven Metz (director of research at the U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute).  Quote .. Other U.S. government agencies follow suit and also avoid thinking about strategic catastrophe. They plan for how they might respond to political crises and humanitarian disasters, but like the military, they devote little or no time to developing an interagency response to a major battlefield defeat or the collapse of a key partner. There is an even greater vacuum at the level of grand strategy. No part of the government plans for how American society could be steeled and mobilized after a catastrophe.”  

Article focuses on military issues in Iraq.  However, the sentiments are equally applicable to interagency emergency preparedness planning and business planning.  Article requires subsription

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