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Read chapter 4 of Blink, and provide a medium-paragraph length answer to each question below (using full and complete sentences). 1. During the Millennium Challenge ’02, what was Paul Van Riper’s battle-field decision-making process, and what was JFCOM’s battle-field decision-making process? Why was Van Riper more successful than JFCOM in the war game? 2. What was Brendan Reilly’s new strategy for diagnosing heart attacks in Cook County Hospital emergency room? How did his new strategy contrast with the way the emergency room doctors there usually diagnosed heart attacks? What are the results of Reilly’s two-year “bake-off” test between the two strategies, and how are these results similar to the results of the first Millennium Challenge?
Read chapter 4 of Blink, and provide a medium-paragraph length answer to each question below (using full and complete sentences). 1. During the Millennium Challenge ’02, what was Paul Van Riper’s battle-field decision-making process, and what was JFCOM’s battle-field decision-making process? Why was Van Riper more successful than JFCOM in the war game? 2.
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September 2, 2016
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