3 edition of Assumption-based planning and Force XXI found in the catalog.
|Statement||James A. Dewar, Jeffrey A. Isaacson, Maren Leed.|
|Series||Documented briefing ;, DB-172-A|
|Contributions||Isaacson, Jeffrey A. 1960-, Leed, Maren., United States. Army., Arroyo Center.|
|LC Classifications||UA25 .D48 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
|LC Control Number||98129930|
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Assumption-Based Planning and Force XXI. The current codification of Force XXI is in TRADOC PAM dated 10 December RAND was asked to apply its Assumption-Based Planning (ABP) methodology to Assumption-based planning and Force XXI book version to assess its robustness into the future.
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The current codification of Force XXI is in TRADOC PAM dated 10 December RAND was asked to apply its. Assumption-based planning in project management is a post-planning method that helps companies to deal with uncertainty.
It is used to identify the most important assumptions in a company's business plans, to test these assumptions, and to accommodate unexpected outcomes. Figure The Basic Steps and Flow of Assumption-Based Planning All plans—from the plan for dinner at a restaurant, to the plans of a global corporation, to the plans of an international alliance—make as-sumptions about the future.
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Dewar and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Assumption-Based Planning Unwelcome surprises in the life of any organization can often be traced to the failure of an assumption that the organization’s leadership didn’t anticipate or had “forgotten” it was making.
Assumption-based plan-ning (ABP) is a tool for identifying as many of the assumptions underly-File Size: KB. Assumption based planning tool This tool, developed by Bob Williams, is based on the Rand Corporation’s Assumption Based Planning (ABP) method with.
Due to most people's inability to work with assumptions, this tool has merged components of ABP and 'force field analysis' approach to. The purpose of the paper is to introduce a new approach of planning called Assumption-Based Planning.
This approach is a very interesting way to devise a planner based on a multi-agent system in. Assumption-based planning in project management is a post-planning method that helps companies to deal with uncertainty. It is used to identify the most important assumptions in a.
Assumption-based planning (ABP) is a tool for identifying as many as possible of the assumptions underlying the plans of an organization and bringing those assumptions explicitly into the planning process. This book presents a variety of techniques for /5(10).
This report documents a strategic planning methodology, Assumption- Based Planning, the RAND has developed over the last four years.
It distills long-range planning work for the Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Research Activity and the Manpower, Training, and Performance Program (now the Manpower and Training Program) of RAND's Arroyo Center and was funded as Arroyo Center Cited by: Maren Leed has 15 books on Goodreads with 4 ratings.
Maren Leed’s most popular book is Amphibious Shipping Shortfalls. Assumption-based planning: a tool for reducing avoidable surprises / James A.
Dewar. — (RAND studies in policy analysis) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN – ISBN (pbk.) 1. Planning. Hypothesis. Title. Series HDD49 –dc21 ISBN 0 4 hardback. Text and/or other creative content from Critical assumption planning was copied or moved into Assumption-based planning with this former page's history now serves to provide attribution for that content in the latter page, and it must not be deleted so long as the latter page exists.
The former page's talk page can be accessed at Talk:Critical assumption planning. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): The purpose of the paper is to introduce a new approach of planning called Assumption-Based Planning.
This approach is a very interesting way to devise a planner based on a multi-agent system in which the production of a global shared plan is obtained by conjecture/refutation cycles. Assumption-based planning is a tool designed for improving the robustness and adaptability of plans-- for reducing the number of avoidable surprises in any plan or planning.
Assumption-Based Planning: A Planning Tool for Very Uncertain Times. Dewar, James A. The original report on the methodology developed for the US Army by the RAND Author: Patricia Campion.
One of the tools derived from strategic foresight or planning is called Assumption-Based Planning (ABP). This tool can be used to help people and planners from all walks of life recognize and incorporate assumptions in a plan during times of great uncertainty.
James Dewar defines ABP as, "a tool designed for improving the robustness and adaptability of plans-reducing the number of avoidable.
Assumption based planning in project management is a post-planning method, that helps companies to deal with uncertainty. It is used to identify the most important assumptions in a company’s business plans, test these assumptions and think of hedging actions and what-if scenarios.
Any CoA using planning factors outside the current assumptions invalidates the CoA. What makes the assumption valid is the research that planners did with outside units to see what the likelihood of occurrence would be for the force to get those assets. Key points: An assumption is necessary to allow the unit to move forward with planning.
Book review: "Assumption-based Planning" by James A. Dewar Introduction. Assumption-based Planning (ABP) is the standard work in how to reduce the effect of unintended consequences when planning.
Although the technique has its roots in high-level strategic activities such as military planning, it is also directly applicable to systems.The purpose of the paper is to introduce a new approach of planning called Assumption-Based Planning.
This approach is a very interesting way to devise a planner based on a multi-agent system in which the production of a global shared plan is obtained by conjecture/refutation cycles.
Contrary to classical approaches, our contribution relies on the agents reasoning that leads to the production.In this paper we deﬁne the notion of assumption-based planning (ABP). Assumption-based planning endeavors to ﬁnd a middle-ground between conformant and classical planning wherein the planner computes a set of calculated assumptions about aspects of the world that support the gen-eration of a plan.
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