Informatics and strategic development mechanisms

Abstract

In his book "Without Miracles" Gary Kwicks notes that the survival of informatics in their dynamics stems from their influence and relevance to the requirements of strategy building, and because the information revolution is in a steady and increasing speed, making the concept of change and development a reality where the effort of decision makers is increasingly accumulating knowledge in a dynamic Are embodied in the denial of inherited concepts of war, new economics, new rules for diplomatic engagement, building entrances to social and cultural influence, and political developments. This construction or construction here is within the framework of visions and actions, order and regulation times and creativity at other times. Relying on multiple mechanisms, which means that informatics supports the access to strategic building outside the text of the tradition, and a tool to build on this construction.