Andrew Garfield on Information Operations, Polling, and the Human Factor — Collected Works

Andrew Garfield is the founder of Glevum Associates. He has pioneered face to face indigenous polling in combat conditions. 2011 Losing the War of Ideas in Iraq 2011 Garfield SOF Summit Human Polling 2011 Garfield InfoOps Effective Communications 2007 Comprehensive Approach to Information Operations Web Site (GlevumUSA) Foreign Policy Research Institute (Contributor)

Round-Up: The Human Factor

I am very pleased to see new interest in my original posts on The Human Factor, augmented by thoughtful contributions from others. The most popular is below, the rest are lined up below the fold. 2012 Robert Steele: The Human Factor & The Human Environment: Concepts & Doctrine? Implications for Human & Open Source Intelligence …

Stephen E. Arnold: A Fresh Look at Big Data & Big Data (-) Human Factor (+) Transformation (+) RECAP

A Fresh Look at Big Data May 8, 2013 Next week I am doing an invited talk in London. My subject is search and Big Data. I will be digging into this notion in this month’s Honk newsletter and adding some business intelligence related comments at an Information Today conference in New York later this …

INTELLIGENCE with INTEGRITY Chapter 3: The Human Factor

Utilizar el Traductor de Google en la parte superior de la columna central Utilisez Google Translate au haut de la colonne du milieu Google’ın Orta Sütun Top of Çevir kullanın Используйте Google Translate в верхней части среднего столбца Sử dụng Google Translate Đầu Cột Trung उपयोग Google मध्य स्तंभ के शीर्ष पर अनुवाद 在中间一列的顶部,使用谷歌翻译 05 …

2012 Robert Steele: The Human Factor & The Human Environment: Contextual Trust for Sources & Methods

Citation: Robert David STEELE Vivas, “The Human Factor & The Human Environment: Contextual Trust for Sources & Methods,” Phi Beta Iota the Public Intelligence Blog (20 December 2012). Part I: 2012 Robert Steele: The Human Factor & The Human Environment: Concepts & Doctrine? Implications for Human & Open Source Intelligence 2.0 This is Part II …

Michel Basuwens: The Relational State – The Human Factor

THE RELATIONAL STATE HOW RECOGNISING THE IMPORTANCE OF HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS COULD REVOLUTIONISE THE ROLE OF THE STATE Edited by Graeme Cooke and Rich Muir Featuring Lead Essays by Geoff Mulgan and Marc Stears Institute for Public Policy Research (UK), November 2012 click here for the pdf file (64 pages) Comment, Links, and Table of Contents …

2012 Ishmael Jones (P) on The Human Factor

REACTION TO:  2012 Robert Steele: The Human Factor & The Human Environment: Concepts & Doctrine? Implications for Human & Open Source Intelligence 2.0 Ishmael Jones (a pseudonym) is a very experienced non-official cover (NOC) officer who left the CIA and wrote an excellent book, The Human Factor: Inside the CIA’s Dysfunctional Intelligence Culture (Encounter Books, …

2012 Thomas Briggs on The Human Factor

REACTION TO:  2012 Robert Steele: The Human Factor & The Human Environment: Concepts & Doctrine? Implications for Human & Open Source Intelligence 2.0 Tom Briggs is a former CIA clandestine case officer with an excellent book to his credit, Cash on Delivery: CIA Special Operations During the Secret War in Laos (Rosebank Press, 2009).  Before …

Reflections: The Human Factor & The Human Environment: Concepts & Doctrine? Implications for Human & Open Source Intelligence 2.0

Citation:  Robert David STEELE Vivas, “The Human Factor & The Human Environment: Concepts & Doctrine? Implications for Human & Open Source Intelligence,” Phi Beta Iota Public Intelligence Blog (12 December 2012). For Part II See:  2012 Robert Steele: The Human Factor & The Human Environment: Contextual Trust for Sources & Methods UPDATE 16 Dec 2012:  …

Secrecy New Headlines–Over-Classification, Leaks, CIA Sues Author of The Human Factor

**      CONFRONTING OVERCLASSIFICATION In a new article at ForeignPolicy.com, I [Steven Aftergood] take a critical look at the current policy landscape, including the newly enacted Reducing Over-classification Act and the pending Fundamental Classification Guidance Review.  See “Telling Secrets,” October 15. See Also: Review: C3I–Issues of Command and Control with this quote: “Everybody who’s a real …

Berto Jongman: Better Human Progress Measures?

A New Way to Measure Human Progress Over the last 30 years, the shift from looking just at GDP to judging countries on health and education outcomes has produced real progress, as the world has improved its human development index by over 20% since 1990 and, more meaningfully, in the least developed countries by over …