An analysis of naval aviation squadron information systems and strategy for implementationcAnthony B. Onorati and Scott E. Robillard.
Onorati, Anthony B.
Robillard, Scott E.
Roberts, Nancy C.
Jones, Carl R.
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The world is currently experiencing what is termed 'the information revolution'. The ability to access, manipulate and store information has grown tremendously due to computers and advanced telecommunications technology. Organizations, including the U.S. military, must adopt to the new technology available in order to effectively compete in the future world environment. In the case of the military, however, the task-based hierarchical structure and lack of an information technology infrastructure are preventing the efficient use of technology and information system integration. Barriers to integration, such as information hoarding, independent application development, lack of IT management and external driver specialization, will continue to proliferate task-based organizations. The military will be prevented from achieving success in information technology integration by the very structure it has created. Organizations must reengineer around the process rather than the task in order to achieve success in this area and develop a sound information infrastructure to alleviate personnel from routine and repetitive work. This thesis provides a sample of how reengineering around the process and creating an information infrastructure can increase a naval aviation squadron's efficiency and make them more competitive in the future.
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