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Interacting with the Decision Maker – ISMOR 2004. “Facts, Figures and Facilitation”. Col N-J K Kvist (JFC); Sara Dean (NC3A). Content. Background of work undertaken Levels of interaction Influence at each level Issues experienced Discussion. Road Map Development

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Interacting with the decision maker ismor 2004

Interacting with the Decision Maker – ISMOR 2004

“Facts, Figures and Facilitation”

Col N-J K Kvist (JFC); Sara Dean (NC3A)


Content

Content

  • Background of work undertaken

  • Levels of interaction

  • Influence at each level

  • Issues experienced

  • Discussion


Overview of work

Road Map Development

High level reporting tool based on OPLAN

JFC concept

HQ ISAF development

Use for reporting at both levels

Planners lead but whole ISAF staff involved

MoE Development

Support the Road Map

Provide nuts and bolts behind reporting

Provide consistency in reporting

Both at JFC and HQ ISAF levels

OA lead

Overview of Work


The development process

Lines of Operations

& Tasks

Measures of

Effectiveness (MoE)

Task

interrelationship

Model &

software

Milestones

Evaluation

Model &

software

Implementation

Evaluation

Merge &

implementation

Road Map

MoE

The Development Process

OA

J5


The government of afghanistan

The Government of Afghanistan

  • Capacity

  • Education

  • Language barrier

  • Priority issues and coordination

  • Understanding of the concept


Evolution of responsibilities

Evolution of Responsibilities

  • Over time:

    • J5 lead on Road Map issues

    • OA lead on MoE issues

    • OA lead on automation of Road Map and MoE

    • Interactions between OA/J5

      • Successful in theatre (constant)

      • Successful in JFC (but more disjointed)


From one to two road maps

From one to two Road Maps

  • The first (IMF):

    • External measures to the military mission, more the development indicators for Afghanistan

  • The second (ORM):

    • Internal measures to the military mission, mainly focused on the OPLAN implementation


Interacting with the decision maker ismor 2004

Enhance The NATO Mission Effect

Promote ATA Influence and Authority

A legitimate and functioning State that provides for the security and prosperity of its citizens and contributes to regional and global stability

Conditions adequate for the continued consolidation of stability in Afghanistan without the need for ISAF

Extend In-Theatre ISAF Operations

Promote Security Sector Reform

Facilitate AFG National Development

MIL ES

POLES


At the isaf level development phase

At the ISAF Level – Development Phase

  • With the development of the Road Map in theatre, the decisions on structure and vision were mainly made by HQ ISAF – then presented higher

  • Structure and vision presented to rest of ISAF HQ key leaders – coordinated J5/OA

  • Consensus reached by all key leaders to validate structure – but not at JFC


At the jfc level development phase

At the JFC Level- Development Phase

  • J5 and OA interact directly with updates on the progress of development to the Command Group.

  • Key decisions made on structure, focus and purpose of the Road Map – OA provide independent view

  • Structure and practicalities suggested by J5/OA and approved at higher level

  • Actual development undertaken in theatre


At the isaf level implementation phase

At the ISAF Level – Implementation Phase

  • ORM is under review

  • Decision support process:

    • Integrated in decision cycle

    • Includes:

      • Planner coordination

      • Subject Matter Expert (SME) input

      • Analysis Support

    • Results:

      • Status

      • Options


Oa integration in the orm decision support cycle

OA Integration in theORM Decision Support Cycle

Data Collection(SME)

Execute Road Map

(ISAF)

Analysis of MoE

(OA)

Assess ORM Progress

Develop Options

(OA/SME/Planners)

Corrective Action

Adjust ORM and MoE

(Planners/SME/OA)

Final Direction & Guidance

(COM ISAF)

Initial Direction & Guidance

(COS ISAF)

Prepare Update/Decision Briefing

(Planners)


At the jfc level implementation phase

At the JFC Level - Implementation Phase

  • COM JFC will receive regular updates

  • Support monthly OPLAN reviews

  • Initiate corrective action at JFC level

    • i.e. additional force requirements, changes to OPLAN or sustainment issues

  • Input to Six-monthly Mission Review

  • Bottom-line - informed decision-making


Issues concerning the decision makers

Issues Concerning the Decision Makers

  • Timeliness

  • Multiple decision makers

  • Responsibility for sections of the project

  • Acceptance of decision at lower level


Successes in the decision making process

Successes in the Decision Making Process

  • Road Maps developed

  • ISAF HQ reached consensus on the IMF issue

  • Multiple decision makers - communications

  • Slowly all nations are beginning to see the potential

  • OA now being recognised in both HQs as interacting with various decision makers


Discussion

Discussion

  • Similar experiences

  • OA integration within a military HQ

  • Multi-layered decision making process, is this an efficient way?

  • Evolutionary decisions rather than finished products for approval?


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