2006-09-11

La CIA, los wikis y las bitácoras

La CIA y otras 'agencias gubernamentales' ya andaban prestando atención a la blogosfera para ver si se enteraban de algo delictivo o maloso.

Pero parece que no sólo estarían usando estas herramientas para espiarnos, sino también para uso interno, lean: The Wiki and the Blog Toward a Complex Adaptive Intelligence Community, en el tercer número de 'Studies in Intelligence (Journal of the American Intelligence Professional)' de 2005.

Hablan de emergencia, complejidad, autoorganización, adaptabilidad, masa crítica, la Ley de Metcalfe ...


This article identifies a pressing Intelligence Community issue namely, that the IC must transform itself into a community that dynamically reinvents itself by continuously learning and adapting as the national security environment changes. It has elucidated the principles from an exceptionally rich and exceedingly deep theory (Complexity Theory) about how the world works and has shown how these principles apply to the Intelligence Community. These principles include self-organization, information sharing, feedback, tradecraft, and leadership. The article argues that from intelligence officers who are allowed to share information and act upon it within a simple tradecraft regime will emerge an IC that continuously and dynamically reinvents itself in response to the needs of the national security environment.



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