2 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.Processes: The changes in steps, tasks, or procedures needed to implement concepts or apply capabilities.Concepts: Structured approaches to expressing how a course of action might be accomplished for current or future warfighter problems.Capabilities: Technological systems, hardware, or tools that may be required to execute a specified course of action.Authorities: Changes in public laws or regulations that may be needed to provide authority, permission, or capabilities to warfighters.
3 Attributes of a Transforming Joint Force The Operator’s Approach Deconflict Service ForcesCoordinateStitch Service SeamsIntegrateServices/SOCOM CapabilitiesCoherently IntegrateInterdependent, Collaborative, Learning & Adaptive Coherently Joint ForceIncreased capability through greater degrees of integration is multiplicative, not additive. Here’s what we actually saw as we built up our joint and combined operation in Afghanistan:fully integrate joint = ten fold capability increasefully integrate interagency = another ten fold increasefully integrate friends and allies = another ten fold increaseResult:Effects-Based OutcomesJCDE efforts must reflect how we want to operate
4 Unified ActionCommercial and PublicInteragencyJFCOMGWOTSOCOMIndustryInfo OperationsSTRATCOMMultinationalOperationsJFCOMAcademiaGWOTWGSea PowerS/CRSGWOTLLJIACGMNE 5Air PowerIOWargamingMNE 4-A Transformed Joint ForceUNIFIED ACTION – Discovery, Coordination, Synthesis, and Sense MakingHLSJOCBasingJUWUSMCICPGlobal DistributionLand PowerSDJOCJDPOEEUSMCINTELDIA/CIAJIOCHLDNORTHCOMDeploymentSustainmentTRANSCOMUrban ResolveJFCOMJxICCJOJOCsJICsPrototypesARsUrban OpsJFCOMIntelDIAStrategic DeterrenceSTRATCOM
5 Joint Support to Unified Action (JCDE FY06 Work Priorities) Deter, detect, engage and defeat asymmetric global threats.Win the Information Superiority fight.Integrate multinational capabilities to support combined operations.Support interagency planning and execution to accomplish stability, reconstruction and transition operations.Deny sanctuary to threats in complex environments.Rapidly deploy, project and sustain joint capabilities on a global scale.Improve methods and means to integrate and execute joint operations.
6 Joint Command - Future Transformational DoD experiments must be: Properly focusedWell balancedRigorously designedExpertly conductedJ9 requires a dedicated and expert organization to conduct experimentation in support of Joint warfighting transformation – experimentation must become a DoD core competency along with training and exercise
7 Joint Command-Future“Where ideas compete to build the future Joint Force”An environment of joint and service HQs, with Interagency, Multinational, and Industry partners, linked through common CIE tools, networks, M&S confederations, and methodologies to integrate and synergize joint experimentation, and to provide insights into the organization and processes of the Combined/Joint Force Command of the future.
8 Joint Command - Future JFC Battlespace . … Effects Mission/Task SECDEF Integrating&CoordinatingLinksRegional Combatant CommandsINTERAGENCYINTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONSNON-GOV’T ORGsDisclaimer: representative type organizations that could be involved but are not at this time… no relationship exists currentlyMultinational1Coalition XMultinational2Multinational3.MILITARYCOALITIONSMultinationalnALLIANCES…Functional Combatant CommandsPrivateContractCompaniesSECDEFCJCSJoint Command - FutureReachEstablish, Expand,SecureKnowledgeAcquire, Refine,ShareJFCBattlespaceEffectsIdentify, Create, ExploitJFLCCJFMCCJFACCJFSOCCJPOTFJCMOTFMission/TaskContexts / Environments
9 Attributes of Joint Command-Future Conducts Discovery through Validation - “Concept to Reality”Integrates World Class Talent leveraging intellectual capital of multiple partners (Combatant Commands, Services, Industry, Multinational, Centers of Excellence)Provides a persistent distributed environment through open standards and adaptable architecturesConfederates resident Modeling and Simulations with partner capabilities to form a high-resolution virtual laboratory representing future battle spacesIntegrates its activities with live Field Experiments, Exercises, and OperationsThe Joint Experimentation Integration Hub for the Department of Defense
11 JC-F Mission Essential Tasks List Operate a persistent collaborative environment for Joint experimentationManage distributed methodologies to support the community of joint experimentsSchedule and integrate experimentation projects into executionMaintain menus of collaboration tools, scenarios, networks, and partners to support experiment venuesProvide a realistic environment to examine DIME interactions focused on IA - COCOM – JTF – Component levelFacilitate and integrate M&S support for experimentationOperate an Experiment Watch TeamMaintain experimentation and operational knowledge basesMonitor joint and service experiments and feedback to knowledge bases
12 Joint Command-Future Network Capabilities JC-F “persistent” capabilities (always “on line” for JC-F experimenters use, i.e., lights, air conditioning, , Microsoft Office, IWS, SPPS) [empty but experiment-ready virtual cube]JC-F “on-demand” capabilities (JC-F experimenters click to turn it on for JC-F experiment use, i.e., ONA tool, GCCS) [manned experiment-active virtual cube]JC-F “on-call” capabilities (JC-F / EED / others engage to turn it on for experiment use, i.e., JSAF, SEAS, COP) [augmented experiment-active virtual cube]