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- Mar 27, 2020
- Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Yeah, I agree. The not sharing information was the real kicker...‘Welcome to the front line.
Military and business management protocols call for the accomplishment of objectives or assigned tasks through the use of others.
The protocols do not call for management to engage personally just to direct and use resources to accomplish the objective. So the two monitoring the attack by looking at the monitors to get real time information on the attack to aid in redirecting resources to hold the line is not that alarming.
Now the not sharing of intelligence on what weapons and expertise of the enemy personnel are being deployed against is wrong, dead wrong. The more information one has going into an instance or conflict, determines their coming out.
Somebody somewhere has to be in charge. In hostile confrontations, the somebody in charge is usually not the one up to his hips in alligators trying to accomplish the objective of draining the swamp.