Battle Rhythm

Battle Rhythm

A slang term for a business plan, marketing plan, or any plan dealing with a complicated or adverse situation.
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I believe these distinct functions have worked for Starbucks and the corporate environment, but not for the battle rhythm of the military.
The S6 battle rhythm is a simple way to manage knowledge within the section.
The key for success is to establish a battle rhythm with the milCloud 2.0 migration team, Shin said.
Responding with quick-reaction teams, military police units fought block-to-block, house-to-house, and floor-to-floor--effectively disrupting the enemy battle rhythm and providing the margin necessary for infantry and armor units to arrive on the scene.
Always considering that the battle rhythm needs to be nested with the higher headquarters' to allow the right information to be shared and understood at the right time.
But Jim Gavin's right hand man (below with the boss) says Dublin have maintained a "battle rhythm" throughout this current management's reign that will have them ready for what will be thrown at them at Croke Park.
LCol John Andrews, the operations officer for the division, said the higher HQ resolved much of the inevitable "friction" by changing its battle rhythm to better manage the push and pull of information from the brigade.
"We finally got the chance to work with our whole strike group and figure out our battle rhythm. The experiences we gained will follow us over the horizon when we take to open water.
In the four months prior to the rotation, the brigade and battalion staffs developed and adopted a more comprehensive battle rhythm that was nested with the division headquarters.
To do this, multiple procedures must be performed simultaneously with current and relevant information derived from an extensive data-rich environment, in a real-time collaborative network of people and tools that drives the schedule that defines an agile virtual battle rhythm. The cyclical collaborative exchange allows for flexibility in battle rhythm--for instance, being proactive or rapidly responsive rather than waiting for a scheduled meeting.
Expeditionary readiness training changes include adding pretests at the beginning of computer-based training to allow proficient Airmen to bypass CBTs, aligning pre-deployment training with the air expeditionary force battle rhythm of 36-month cycles and waiving pre-deployment training for similar ancillary or functional proficiency training Airmen have already accomplished.