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Interdepartmental cooperation in defence issues and strategic intelligence
(naslov ne postoji na srpskom)
Strategic Research Institute, Ministry of Defence

e-adresanebojsa2008_g@yahoo.com
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Rentabilni izbor novih tehnologija i koncepcija odbrane kroz društvene promene i strateške orijentacije Srbije u 21. veku (MPNTR - 47029)

Ključne reči: military active reserve; recruitment; interdepartmental working groups; decision making; strategic intelligence; SWOT
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The motivation for this paper comes from one successfully conducted empirical research about motivation of potential candidates to serve in the active reserve as a kind of military service which is recently introduced in the Serbian Army. The research team was faced with a set of problems related to the deadlines, resources and mandate issues. A solution was found in agile interdepartmental cooperation. Firstly, we started with identification of missing resources and mandates of our research team. Then, we investigated where we could find the missing issues. After that, we established lines for cooperation with other departments in the MoD. The clarity of interdepartmental communication and concretisation of demands and expectations were crucial for success. In the end we realized the full potential of interdepartmental cooperation and started to think about that phenomenon in the wider context of defence and security issues. We found some other examples of interdepartmental cooperation in earlier efforts of the defence sector reform, as well as some results in other armies. The paper presents strengths and opportunities of interdepartmental cooperation through temporary engaged working groups in the specific defence sector environment, as well as potential obstacles. In a wider aspect, interdepartmental cooperation in defence and security issues becomes more and more important because of new security challenges we are facing today.

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jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
DOI: 10.7595/management.fon.2016.0017
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 25.01.2017.

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