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Coordination Needs and Realities between Military and CSOs Colonel Arthasith Hastheetham Directorate of Civil Affairs, Royal Thai Army

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1 Coordination Needs and Realities between Military and CSOs Colonel Arthasith Hastheetham Directorate of Civil Affairs, Royal Thai Army Email: hastheetham@yahoo.comhastheetham@yahoo.com Mobile: 6681-3766271

2 Factors Influencing Level of Coordination Needs Problem Complexity (Low or High) Resources Needed to Solve a Problem (Single or Multiple)

3 Innovative Coordination Needs Multiple Resources Single Resources Low Complexity Of Problem High Complexity of Problem High Coordination Low innovation Very High Coordination Very High innovation High Coordination High innovation Low Coordination Low innovation

4 Realities between Military and CSOs There exists the differences between Military and CSOs Culture (Norms) Rules and Regulations Knowledge Technology Working Process Beliefs and Values to do things (Mutual benefits) These differences are constraints to establish innovative coordination

5 Solving Problems in South Deep Multiple Resources Single Resources Low Complexity Of Problem High Complexity of Problem High Coordination Low innovation Very High Coordination Very High innovation High Coordination High innovation Low Coordination Low innovation Its take years in developing coordination between Military and CSOs, more times are needed

6 When and how coordination is established Naturally, organizations maintain their comfort zones. Coordination is established when They mutually see present or future possible loss(es): not often They are externally forced by government or influential civil society(s) when huge damage already generated: quite often In order to establish coordination these differences must be reduced Beliefs and Values to do things Culture (Norms) Rules and Regulations Knowledge Technology Working Process So on

7 Why they dont see mutual loss Stuck with daily operation No or low ability to generate future scenarios Very narrow bandwidth of perception So on Past Future Present Bandwidth of Perception Risks already generated Risks possibly generated

8 Mutual Possible Risks must be Identified Horizontally expand the bandwidth of perception Look back long enough into the past to understand past risks Look beyond the future to foresee alternatives of possible future mutual risks Past Future Present Bandwidth of Perception Mutual risks already generated Mutual risks possibly generated


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