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Joint Warfighting and Disruptive Technologies. 10 October 2006 Ms. Monica R. Shephard, PE Senior Executive Service U. S. Joint Forces Command. Innovation Redefining the process, the product and expected outcome to meet a different need.

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joint warfighting and disruptive technologies

Joint WarfightingandDisruptive Technologies

10 October 2006

Ms. Monica R. Shephard, PE

Senior Executive Service

U. S. Joint Forces Command

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Innovation

  • Redefining the process, the product and expected outcome to meet a different need.
  • The overall effort is a tenuous balance of vision, art, science, collaboration & synchronization.
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“...the disruptive process becomes the scaffolding for the enterprise’s approach to innovation. Through shaping a disruptive process, the enterprise answers the question, What kind of interactions do we want to create?”

“Tom Peters”

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USJFCOM Mission

Provides mission ready Joint capable forces, and supports the development and integration of Joint, Interagency and Multinational capabilities to meet the present and future operational needs of the Joint Force

JFL Mission

Coordinate Department of Defense Concept Development and Experimentation efforts and lead the development, exploration and assessment of new joint concepts, organizational structures and emerging technologies through a process of discovery, innovation, adaptation and integration to drive transformation changes that achieve the optimal futureJoint Force capability.

JPP Mission

Advances concepts of future joint warfare by discovery, experimentation, & rapid generation of pioneering and adaptive solutions to answer near term and emerging needs of the Joint Force Commander

usjfcom j9

Joint Prototypes

Joint Concepts

  • Joint Fires Initiative
  • Joint Mission Modeling Tool
  • Joint Interagency Coordination Group
  • Joint Capabilities Requirement Tool
  • Joint Flow and Analysis Tool for Transportation
  • Major Combat Operations
  • Stabilization, Security, Transition and Reconstruction Operations
  • Joint Command and Control
  • Joint Urban Operations
  • Shaping

Joint Integrating Environment

USJFCOM J9

As DOD’s Experimentation Enterprise Lead Organization, we produce three things:

Unified Command Plan 2006 (UCP 06):

“… functionally responsible to the Chairman for leading joint concept development and experimentation (CDE)…Developing combined operational warfighting concepts and integrating multinational and interagency warfighting transformation efforts with joint CDE in coordination with other combatant commands.”

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Non-US or

Non-military

Partners

JFCOM

Components

OSD

Technical

Idea

Implementers

Other

JFCOM

Directorates

Joint

Staff

Other

Gov’t Depts/

Agencies

Test

&

Eval

NORTHCOM

Allies

CENTCOM

EUCOM

Service

Acquisition

Authorities

NGOs

SOUTHCOM

PACOM

The

Enterprise

Service

SYSCOMs

Service Doctrine

Cmds

Service

Sponsors

JFCOM

SOCOM

Civilian

Academia

TRANSCOM

STRATCOM

DARPA

DOS

War

Colleges

Service

S&T

Agents

Returning

Warfighters

Industry

FFRDCs

Concept

Idea

Factories

Service

Staffs

Technical

Idea

Factories

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The Dimensions of Transformation

Organizational Design:The changes in an organization’s division of labor that may be needed to implement a desired course of action, in order to bring about desired effects.

Capabilities: Technological systems, hardware, or tools that may be required to execute a specified course of action.

Processes:The changes in steps, tasks, or procedures needed to implement concepts or apply capabilities.

Authorities: Changes in public laws or regulations that may be needed to provide authority, permission, or capabilities to war fighters.

Concepts: Structured approaches to expressing how a course of action might be accomplished for current or future war fighter problems.

Cultures:Understandings, beliefs and practices that define and shape operational decisions, organizational response or reaction to change.

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Joint Innovation & Experimentation

Implementation

Assessment Analysis Application &

Feedback

Communities of Interest

Combatant Commanders

Multi-National Alliances

NATO, AU

UN

Civilian Agencies

Non-Government Orgs

OSD, Joint Staff, Services

Battle Labs

Industry

Academia

Historical Review

Past Events

Current Real World Lessons Observed

Lessons Learned

Wargames

Multi-National

Joint

Service Specific

Discovery

Exercises

Wargames

Simulation

Operational Theater

Science & Technology

Academia

DARPA, NSA

Development

Demonstration

Capabilities

Processes

Training

Culture

Concepts

Authorities

Organizational

SYNTHESIS

Recommendations

SYNTHESIS

Build or Use Prototypes

Operational Environment

Concepts

Prototypes

Integration

Prioritized Concept

Topics / Issues

Proposed

Solutions

Refined

Solutions

experimentation to reality

Nov01

FY08

Feb 03

Feb 04

Feb/Mar 06

Joint

Operational

Capability

27 Months

12 Months

18 Months

24 Months

MNE 3

MNE 5

MN LOE 1

MN LOE 2

Experimentation to Reality

5 Nations/NATO

180 Participants

8 Nations/NATO

775 Participants

4 Nations

50 Participants

6 Nations/NATO

409 Participants

14 Nations/NATO

? Partners/Participants/

Observers

MNE 4

  • Real World Capability
  • Technology
  • Collaboration
  • Multinational
  • Information
  • Sharing
  • Effects Based
  • Planning
  • Coalition Based
  • Health Services
  • Support
  • Knowledge
  • Management
  • Effects Based
  • Operations
  • Distributed Headquarters
  • Integration
  • Multinational & Interagency
  • MNE 4
  • Civilian Led Ops
  • Military Support
  • InterAgency-focused
  • Best of Breed
  • Competition
  • Configuration Board
  • System-Oriented
  • Architecture
  • CRADAs

Taking Innovation to the Next Level

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Our Challenge

Integrating science, technology and innovation into practical relevant and feasible joint capabilities that provide a real improvement to how Joint Commanders operate today, tomorrow and in the future with Civilian Agencies.

Your Challenge

What do you have in science, technology or innovative approaches that will be unique or revolutionary that contribute to developing and providing capabilities to the Joint Warfighter?

your audience
Current technologies (existing products or planned upgrades)

JSIC – Joint Systems Integration Command

JWFC – Joint Warfighting Center

JATTL - Joint Advance Training Technology Laboratory

JTEC – Joint Technology Exploration Center

JFIIT – Joint Fires Integration and Interoperability Team

JCSE - Joint Communications Support Element

JFCOM – J3, 4, 6, 7, 8

Future Technologies (not generally in existing products or upgrades)

JFL – Joint Futures Laboratory

JFCOM J8, 9

Your Audience
usjfcom single point of entry
USJFCOM Single Point of Entry

Dr. Russ Richards, USJFCOM

Office of Research Technology Application

757-203-5690

Russ.richards@jfcom.mil

http://www.jwfc.jfcom.mil/webapps/forms/USJFCOM/partner.jsp