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Let’s learn from one another! You’ll find stories about our people, processes, tools, and cultural practices.
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Bridging Knowledge and Technology in a Dynamic World
The Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy is one of National Defense University’s five graduate colleges tasked with preparing military officers and federal government and private sector civilians for strategic leadership and success in developing national security strategy.
As former Assistant Professors of Behavioral Science in the Strategic Leadership and Industry Studies Departments, Jim Chapple and Larry Colby have seen first-hand how The Eisenhower School’s work meshes with the capabilities within their own department (Human and Organizational Systems [HOS]), MITRE Labs, and the Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDCs) managed by MITRE.
In this episode of the MITRE Knowledge Driven Podcast, Science and Technology Advisor David D. Perkins, discusses MITRE’s role on the work of the Great Power Competition initiative. Join us, as we take a dive into the inner workings of the data-driven processes that influence government actions regarding strategic competition and national resilience.
Foundry’s CIO named MITRE to the CIO 100 for a second year in a row. The award recognizes MITRE’s enterprise platforms IT/knowledge management initiative for accelerating mission impact in 2021.
Electrical Engineer, Jonathan Rotner, discusses the stories that stayed with him from his research for a website and paper called “AI Fails and How We Can Learn from Them”. He recalls a couple of stories where his first reaction was the AI fails were engineering problems that could be analyzed and fixed, when they were issues of Equity.
MITRE brings knowledge advantage to the corporation and to our sponsors and partners. We collaborate and learn, using practices that take people, process, data, content, tools, and culture into account.
We use a wide range of processes and platforms to help stakeholders solve problems, enhance networking for distributed teams, and establish external partnerships.
We design and deliver modern knowledge-sharing capabilities that help stakeholders work safely, efficiently, and accurately. Our efforts improve the signal-to-noise ratio and focus attention on the right things at the right times.
We enable business processes and internal knowledge operations. Our search capabilities, for example, connect staff to project, staff, and career management tools as well as technical content, libraries, news, and business-related services. Technical stature pages, another capability, display degrees, coursework, technical activities, publications, conference participation, patents, and additional information of interest to project leaders looking for staff with particular skills; and other business process and operations functionality.
We use wikis, SharePoint, persistent chat, and business social media capabilities to engage staff with one another and with stakeholders securely. MITRE is a trusted broker, gathering the right teams and capabilities to solve challenging problems.
We assess quality by capturing lessons learned, re-purposing solutions, gathering team input on project assessments, and sustaining project workbooks to provision new project teams with the knowledge they need. Our products and recommendations reflect our philosophy of bringing the whole company to bear.