Assessing the Organizational Responsibility of Headquarters Under Differing Level of Stress
Sovereign, Michael G.
Stewart, Joseph S.
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This paper describes the second in a series of full scale computer aided wargames have applied a new approach in quantitative measurement of command and control. This new approach incorporates the use of the Headquarters Effectiveness Tool, which was developed by Defense System Incorporated (DSI) of McLean, Virginia, in measuring the responses of headquarters during full-scale exercises and subsequent simulations here at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS).
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