Dynamic Balance    Concept         Prepared by Ron Batdorf                June 7, 2005                 Win/WinSelf-interes...
Purpose• To present an enabling concept that  supports all current and future Concepts as a  guidepost to build metrics fo...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf                            Changes in attempt to satisfy equality gaps                   12 May 200...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf                         Changes in attempt to satisfy equality gaps                    12 May 2005 ...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf      Dynamic Balance Concept       (founded on insights from Thomas Jefferson’s teachings)When Self...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf     Dynamic Balance Concept      (founded on insights from Thomas Jefferson’s teachings)In the case...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf     Dynamic Balance Concept     (founded on insights from Thomas Jefferson’s teachings)            ...
System evolution by Adaptation within a Network structure                                Processes                        ...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf                                                Coherent and Random areas of                        ...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf                         Random/independent            Foundation where the                         ...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf                           Random/independent         New dimension of                              ...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf          Dynamic Balance ConceptFear of diminishing resources   -------------------------- Enough r...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf  MASLOW  Enlightenment  Survival                         13
Drafted by Ron Batdorf  Kohlberg’s Stages of Moral Development                                                            ...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf              Perception• What we know to be true• What we already have built in our bank of  knowle...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf                   Heart (accepted Truth –                           Bank account)Strength –Develop ...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf                   Vision• Based on perception & Truth (beliefs)• What you want in the FUTURE       ...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf                       Truth•   Natural laws•   Laws of science•   Universal laws of space and time•...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf      Issues for discussion• Language barrier to understanding of  cognition?• When is conviction st...
In order for this dynamic to work we need checks/balances of ourmotivation and understanding of the characteristics of eac...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf       Thomas Jefferson said: War is an instrument entirely       inefficient towards redressing wro...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf   Democracy founded on Universal Equality• Elected by vote verses rule by position   – One vote; on...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf                   Problems• Measuring of effects in future operations or  preparation for future in...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf                        Changes in attempt to satisfy equality gaps                  12 May 2005    ...
Drafted by Ron BatdorfBest practice - Information Operations (IO)• Goal is when Perception = Reality• As the world becomes...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf                       Closing• This brief is suggesting a central theme or focus for  effects based...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf      Dynamic Balance concept fits with Globalization•   Commoditization of products, cultures, know...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf                                  Terms•   Self-interest – Internal self preservation or survival mo...
Backup slides                29
Drafted by Ron BatdorfInsights and adaptation of principals of this brief were a        combination of experiences gained ...
Building block of life                            Knowledge to produce and sustain             (Oasis)                    ...
Drafted by Ron Batdorf  Binary systems can be modeled• If we could harness the natural process of pattern  formation, it c...
Drafted by Ron BatdorfNew web technology could be an answer?• Most Web application firewalls follow a positive security  m...
Ranges of historical data to support concept                                                            Dynamic Balance Tr...
Ranges of historical data to support conceptPMESII    1800     1850          1900              1950   2000                ...
Building a model based on historical data• There are many case studies that have been  generated in recent history about w...
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  1. 1. Dynamic Balance Concept Prepared by Ron Batdorf June 7, 2005 Win/WinSelf-interest Equality 1
  2. 2. Purpose• To present an enabling concept that supports all current and future Concepts as a guidepost to build metrics for evaluation and assessment of perception and actions of individuals, communities and nations.• To further Information Operation design in relationship to standards for global and regional operations. Drafted by Ron Batdorf 2
  3. 3. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Changes in attempt to satisfy equality gaps 12 May 2005As the world gets Revolutionflatter with knowledge (Transformation)being disseminated This cycle in therapidly the interval of past is about one Determine the gapsrevolutions will average lifetimebecome much shorter ranging fromthan past history and Equality 40 to 60 yrswill increase inintensity as People/Materialscompetition becomes (Renewable & Depleting)more fierce for finite Sharedresources Resources Optimization, Efficiency Research, Science, and Improvements within New Systems systemsInnovation forthe creation of Innovation forequality Unlimited Limited conservationsolutions Thomas Jefferson said “Every generation needs a new 3 revolution”…did he know something that we are missing?
  4. 4. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Changes in attempt to satisfy equality gaps 12 May 2005 Transformation (Effects)Need a balancebetween individualism Determine the gapsand society needs forgrowth of prosperity Uncover inequalitiesand the pursuit ofknowledge. All world (Capabilities to effects)players have People/Materialssomething to ( Renewable & Depleting)contribute however notall are perceived to Sharedhave this goal. Resources Optimization, Efficiency Research, Science, and Improvements within New Systems systemsOut of the box The Realm of– intuitive and Unlimited Limited Managementless managed Scarcity is a major breeder of 4 FEAR
  5. 5. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Dynamic Balance Concept (founded on insights from Thomas Jefferson’s teachings)When Self-interest outweighs the equality of society in generalthe situation results in the primacy of individualism where therights of the individual are greater than that of the society. Thiscreates opportunities for monopolies to thrive and as well rule byindividuals (dictatorships, monarchies, etc.) 5
  6. 6. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Dynamic Balance Concept (founded on insights from Thomas Jefferson’s teachings)In the case where the equality of the society totally outweighsthat of the individual, large government structures arenecessary to maintain order. This situation often results ininefficiencies, corruption and violations of human rights(Socialist, Communist, Oligarchic, etc.) 6
  7. 7. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Dynamic Balance Concept (founded on insights from Thomas Jefferson’s teachings) Win/Win Self-interest EqualityIn Quantum science, the natural order is for dynamicbalance to be maintained. Adaptation occurs to restateorder when there is imbalance. Systems tend to self adjustto restate this dynamic balance. 7
  8. 8. System evolution by Adaptation within a Network structure Processes developed based Informal on formalizing network network New system formed developedEvaluate & Environmentbuild New Balance between security adapts to newrelationships and development within system new world of globalization System is Need to continuously change system optimized System functions until external event or internal division breaks 8 system integrity
  9. 9. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Coherent and Random areas of complexity are in balance Random/independent (areas under the curves are equal) but when this balance is broken, adaptive changeComplexity produces consequences (effects) to gain this balance back. Human beings cover a large range of complexity and scale Coherent Fine Scale Scale Coarse Scale Area Area 9
  10. 10. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Random/independent Foundation where the balance of self-interest and equality can beComplexity achieved Human being/complex Coherent Origin Fine Scale Scale Coarse Scale Area Area 10
  11. 11. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Random/independent New dimension of change but still in equilibrium withComplexity regard to independent and coherent areas Human being/complex Coherent Expanding from origin Origin base Fine Scale Scale Coarse Scale Area Area 11
  12. 12. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Dynamic Balance ConceptFear of diminishing resources -------------------------- Enough resources for all Self-interest Equality If we apply this to the situation of personal motivation then we can assume that mankind can be motivated or driven by two forces: Pessimism (fear) and Optimism (equality) 12
  13. 13. Drafted by Ron Batdorf MASLOW Enlightenment Survival 13
  14. 14. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Kohlberg’s Stages of Moral Development Universal Instrumental Law & Order PrinciplesSelf Interest Equality– (Fear) – (Altruism) Interpersonal Social ContractObedience 14
  15. 15. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Perception• What we know to be true• What we already have built in our bank of knowledge (foundation)• What we link up to form Vision (how we get there) 15
  16. 16. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Heart (accepted Truth – Bank account)Strength –Develop and Perception Soul (Beyond physical world –growth both Belief system)physical &mentalcapabilities Mind (Rational wisdom) Sort out TruthDrivers of Fear EqualityHumanity 16
  17. 17. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Vision• Based on perception & Truth (beliefs)• What you want in the FUTURE 17
  18. 18. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Truth• Natural laws• Laws of science• Universal laws of space and time• Understanding of a superior being?• Ground truth – physical/motive driven (fear or love)/vision or desired end state of adversary• Wisdom – should be commonly accepted by all 18
  19. 19. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Issues for discussion• Language barrier to understanding of cognition?• When is conviction strong enough to overcome death?• What alternatives do you have when you confront the above conviction?• Changing perception is key to changing the hearts and minds? 19
  20. 20. In order for this dynamic to work we need checks/balances of ourmotivation and understanding of the characteristics of each aspect of the dynamic balance concept and learn the applicable metrics • Fear • Equality – Distrusting – Trusting – Hate – Caring – Greed – Supporting – Selfish – Sharing – Manipulative – Cooperating – Reluctance – Willingness – Envy – unselfishness – Covert – Collaborating – Closed in – Openness – Hording – Developing – Less not more – More not less – Retracting – Exploring – Divide – Multiply – Destroying – Creating – Disbelief – Accepting – Sterilization – Reproducing – Death – Growth – Holding on – Letting go – Reduction – Building 20 Drafted by Ron Batdorf
  21. 21. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Thomas Jefferson said: War is an instrument entirely inefficient towards redressing wrong; and multiplies, instead of indemnifying losses. Self-interest Equality EBO JIACG DIME PMESIIEBO - Starting with what effects match the situation and keeping this in comparison to the equilibriumconcept will achieve a sharpened focus for moving towards stability and economic growth.JIACG – Team has to be trained in the unification of effort towards the central theme of theequilibrium concept.DIME – Has to take into account the layers of parity that only comes from moving toward balance.PMESII – Instruments of metrics to be used to judge if striving for equilibrium is occurring. 21
  22. 22. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Democracy founded on Universal Equality• Elected by vote verses rule by position – One vote; one voice• Individualism and society in balance – When special interests shift the balance one way or another it causes fear to permeate society and counters progress towards knowledge collaboration and produces division of universal equality.• Wisdom is to know the difference. – Self Interest is driving - resources are not adequate • Pessimism – Equality is driving - resources are adequate • Optimism• Stability does not come from maintaining status quo but from driving towards a balanced society. 22
  23. 23. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Problems• Measuring of effects in future operations or preparation for future interventions for stability, harmony and peace is lacking a central focal point.• Developing and sustaining effects that support our national interests as well as global interest has to transcend political administration turnovers for consistency of a goal/purpose.• Development of national capabilities (military and agencies) for use within or outside our national borders requires deep rooted effects evaluation and assessment based on acceptable standards for all groups. 23
  24. 24. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Changes in attempt to satisfy equality gaps 12 May 2005 RevolutionAs information isshared/broadcasted or Determine the gapseasily found, more gapswill be identified andsome folks that oppose Equalitychange will try to hidethe gaps or will be People/Materialscountering with ( Renewable & Depleting)propaganda/force tohold cultures to their Sharedtraditions Resources Reductionism, Efficiency Research, Science, and Improvements within New Systems systemsOut of the box The Realm of– intuitive and Unlimited Limited Managementless managed 24
  25. 25. Drafted by Ron BatdorfBest practice - Information Operations (IO)• Goal is when Perception = Reality• As the world becomes flat it is obvious that truth is the only driver for forward progress of humanity – Hiding truth for self-interest only creates imbalance – Hiding truth for equality of society also creates imbalance• Deliberate not covert supports better IO – You can’t get people on the band wagon if they don’t know why they need to join.• Known intentions based on truth create a force for stability and is foundational for all relationships. – Truth can be misinterpreted and could backfire and drive fear back into thinking patterns; however – Strength and force comes from continued presentation of reality (integrity to follow through) and unification of DIME supported by the equilibrium concept. 25
  26. 26. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Closing• This brief is suggesting a central theme or focus for effects based operations and the use of national power towards a defined balance between individualism and society.• With this focal point, judgment and direction of capability development of all national power can derive synergism.• This concept expands IO to a new plateau and opens the possibility of not only improving MN/Coalition operations but transforms collaboration to a new synergistic and equal participation level and supports network development and other futurist evolutionary, revolutionary and adaptive concepts. 26
  27. 27. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Dynamic Balance concept fits with Globalization• Commoditization of products, cultures, knowledge worldwide is destabilizing to current forms of governments, religious leaders and status quo thinking but at the same time can help develop economic global balance.• Efforts should be expended to assist the growth of globalization (level playing field) eliminating as much as possible friction points (fears) caused by lack of resources.• Human brain power in collaboration should strive towards goals in unlocking unlimited potential in utilization and development of resources. Dynamic Balance concept would open doors to establishing ways to measure and invest in future opportunities to bridge globalization with the benefit of limiting expenditure of national resources on friction points where military only actions apply. 27
  28. 28. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Terms• Self-interest – Internal self preservation or survival motivations• Equality – External self preservation is the some of the whole society• Integrity – Consistency of DIME based on balanced systems between all aspects of national power• Fear – The underlying cause of all conflicts• Scale – The range of complexity where the finer the scale the more complex a system becomes• Complexity – The movement between randomness and coherent based on patterns of natural evolution and adaptation• Origin – The place in complexity where coherent and randomness are known to exist equally• Coherent – patterns that can be defined and statistically studied for managed results• Random – patterns have not been established and no conclusive way to manage yet exists• Globalization – Balanced knowledge from connectivity between people, countries and communities of interest shift from regional to global resulting in shifts of cultures, economies and unification or division based on individual and group motivation 28
  29. 29. Backup slides 29
  30. 30. Drafted by Ron BatdorfInsights and adaptation of principals of this brief were a combination of experiences gained from: • 20 years in business/product development and engineering management within chemical process industries • Complexity Theory as being taught at MIT University and accepted universally in Science studies around the world. • Correlation of the teachings of Thomas Jefferson and his foundational premise for free societies and democracies • Research on Globalization in the 21 Century and its potential to impact (positive or negative) stability in our national security. 30
  31. 31. Building block of life Knowledge to produce and sustain (Oasis) Energy Internal Shelter (education & knowledge Nourishment mind & body of sustainment (Human energy) factors)/External Food(world trade requirements to keep equality Water in balance) Driven byDrives technology & environment & sustainment culture 31
  32. 32. Drafted by Ron Batdorf Binary systems can be modeled• If we could harness the natural process of pattern formation, it could revolutionize engineering and management. – Patterns of cells in nature self-organizes based on interactions or two possible types, activating and inhibiting – These forces are opposites and influence each other until they come to steady state. – Computing power is based on binary algebra with 0 & 1 as its base with only speed being the improvement factor. – Over sampling is also a binary system that fits with improvement of performance as known positions strive towards a stated goal by halving the distance reaching towards but never obtaining perfection. 32
  33. 33. Drafted by Ron BatdorfNew web technology could be an answer?• Most Web application firewalls follow a positive security model, which means that they rely on a definition of acceptable user behavior.• The firewall blocks user input that fall outside the model (thus binary in nature)• Some firewalls use self-learning, behavior-based technologies• Because firewalls may be onerous to configure, a self-learning product is particularly useful in Web application environments subject to frequent changes.• This technology could be a starting point for developing “Effects” based on the behavior that demonstrates either self- interest or equality (the binary formula of our subjects behavior) .• We would have to work on the development patterns of these two behaviors based on actions and words being collected. 33
  34. 34. Ranges of historical data to support concept Dynamic Balance Transition Point (Self –Centered)Individual DIME parameters x x x x x x x x Range of statistical acceptability x x x x x x Dynamic Balance Transition Point (Equality –Centered) Time 34 Drafted by Ron Batdorf
  35. 35. Ranges of historical data to support conceptPMESII 1800 1850 1900 1950 2000 Time line 35 Drafted by Ron Batdorf
  36. 36. Building a model based on historical data• There are many case studies that have been generated in recent history about world conflicts and friction points.• What has not been done in the past is to identify the underlying fears that drove the motivation for these conflicts. – What are the patterns for conflict when momentum of fears builds to the point of taking external action? – Is this different for each person? – Is there a group consensus that tips the scale to external action by an individual or a group? – How can we relate this to terrorist motives being driven today by religious fanatics Drafted by Ron Batdorf 36

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