Human Capital Innovation
As organizations around the world continue to compete for scarce talents to fill vacant roles, proactive human resources strategies are required to effectively leverage talent and internal innovation.
Strategy, Constraints, and Compulsions
Business strategy is more easily understandable when we deconstruct the unique constraints and compulsions that companies operate under.
Mind the Gap: Few Companies Survive Market Shifts
Most companies fail to successfully transform when there is a fundamental market change resulting from technological, socioeconomic, or political shifts.
Business and the Operational Art
Many of the principles of military strategy and planning are directly applicable to business operations, although these concepts must be contextualized for the specific business environment.
The Basis for Decisions in a High-Tech World
Leaders need to understand advanced modeling and simulation technology, as it forms the basis for many key decisions in business and government service.
Advanced Modeling and Simulation: Transforming the Ways We Understand How the World Works
Advanced modeling and simulation, enabled by high performance computing, is revealing previously unknowable physical behaviors and is changing the ways we think about the cars, airplanes, pharmaceuticals, energy and other things that are part of our everyday life.
National Labs and the Engine of American Innovation
National Laboratories are little-known jewels that have powered American innovation since the early 20th century, providing lessons and best practices in research and technology investment that are applicable to both the public and private sector.
Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance in Dense Urban Terrain
New intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) platforms and sensor technologies will be required to support counter-terrorist operations in large cities and megacities.
Anticipating Effects at Scale
Our model allows us to quickly identify and evaluate unanticipated technological, socio-economic, and political developments that have the potential for system-wide effects.
Global catalysts are technological and socioeconomic forces that change the shape of the global economy, compelling companies and public entities to adapt.