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Wright Flyer Paper : Air Force Smart Operations for the Twenty-first Century; Identify Potential Failure Points in Sustaining Continuous Process Improvement across the Air Force, Vol. 33

By Maj Harold W. Linnean, III, USAFR

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Title: Wright Flyer Paper : Air Force Smart Operations for the Twenty-first Century; Identify Potential Failure Points in Sustaining Continuous Process Improvement across the Air Force, Vol. 33  
Author: Maj Harold W. Linnean, III, USAFR
Volume: 33
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Military Science, Air Force
Collections: Technology, Leadership, Military Science, Business Management, Naval Science, Science Fiction Collection, Authors Community, Social Psychology, Management, Sociology, Literature
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Publisher: Air University Press
Member Page: Air University Press

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W. Linnean, Iii, Usaf, M. H. (n.d.). Wright Flyer Paper : Air Force Smart Operations for the Twenty-first Century; Identify Potential Failure Points in Sustaining Continuous Process Improvement across the Air Force, Vol. 33. Retrieved from http://gutenberg.cc/


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Air Force Smart Operations for the Twenty-first Century (AFSO 21) is the Air Force’s initiative to recapitalize funds by maximizing value and minimizing waste in operations. This paper identifies potential failure points associated with the changing Air Force culture. Overall, the Air Force’s change plan appears to be proceeding according to schedule. However, it does not appear that the Air Force is adequately planning for a long-term sustainment of AFSO 21. There is still time for Air Force senior leadership to correct the system’s alignment and put AFSO 21 on track for long-term sustainment. A culture of continuous process improvement will take root once the Air Force leadership fully commits to AFSO 21.

 
 



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