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Panzer IV: The Panzerkampfwagen IV Medium Tank 1939-1945

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Military network communications at the edge often involve more real-time collaboration and data sharing among groups of associated users and devices than in typical commercial applications, where centralization is more typically used to manage group network communications. There are good reasons for avoiding such strict central control and infrastructure in military systems. By doing so, one reduces the prevalence of “single points of failure” and also removes the necessity of installing infrastructure before starting an operation or doing “on the move” portions of a mission.

Simply put, those individuals and organizations that are resisting change are becoming maladapted for the world in which we live and must operate. In the next four chapters we will discuss and analyze each of the four megatrends in turn. 3 M eg atrend 1: B i g P roblems Why are traditional approaches to problem solving and organization increasingly leaving us wanting as we try to grapple with many of the problems we face? One of the reasons is that the problems we need to solve are actually becoming more challenging.

How are actions coordinated and synchronized? What is needed is an approach to the enterprise that transforms the parts into an effective and efficient whole. Less well recognized but also critical is the adoption of an approach by each participating entity that is designed with the collective enterprise in mind. 3 Dynamics and Time Pressure The dynamics of a situation affect the time pressure imposed on a response. The ability to respond in a timely manner depends on how * Moynihan (2009); see also Chapter 7, this volume.

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