Friday, December 14, 2012

Managing Risks, Not Avoiding Tradeoffs

My latest at CIC, where I try as much as possible to emphasize that the first step for the twelve stepper needing to address their military procurement problems is to admit that tradeoffs exist and that risks exist with the focus having to be on managing risks.

So, here is my trivia question for the day: since the end of the Cold War, have there been more relatively problem free military procurement programs than successful peace operations/interventions?  For Canada?  For the US? 

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