Shortfalls and inefficiencies in traditional planning and campaigning have become increasingly clear in the current hyperconnected security environment. US military planners can mitigate these deficiencies by embracing integrated planning and campaigning approaches including the development of new organizational structures and processes. These improvements will give senior leaders increased options as the US military and US Allies and partners address complex problems with better effect and to greater advantage.
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Robert S. Ehlers Jr. & Patrick Blannin, "Integrated Planning and Campaigning for Complex Problems," Parameters 51, no. 2 (2021), doi:10.55540/0031-1723.3071.