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Welcome to METL 101. Site administered by Dynamics Research Corporation. Welcome to NMETLS! What’s Your Mission?. Programs Training Readiness Planning Operations Futures ------- Ref Docs: UJTL UNTL Transformation CJCS/ CNO Guidance Joint Training Fleet Training DRRS JCIDS.
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Welcome to METL 101 Site administered by Dynamics Research Corporation
Welcome to NMETLS! What’s Your Mission? Programs Training Readiness Planning Operations Futures ------- Ref Docs: UJTL UNTL Transformation CJCS/ CNO Guidance Joint Training Fleet Training DRRS JCIDS The METL concepts explained in these pages are collections of work performed both under contract for the U.S. Navy and other DRC mission essential task list development efforts. The paper entitled “Seven Steps to NMETL Advocacy” should be your initial stop on your METL development journey. (to NMETL paper) From it, you should comprehend: METLs are the alignment “Holy Gail!”! • Seven Steps to NMETL Advocacy • Learn the Framework and the Language • Drive for the Standard • Appreciate Conditions • Grasp “Universal” • Adopt the Process • Refine your “Coup d’oeil” • Apply at every opportunity
Welcome to NMETLS! What’s Your Mission? Programs Training Readiness Planning Operations Futures ------- Ref Docs: UJTL UNTL Transformation CJCS/ CNO Guidance Joint Training Fleet Training DRRS JCIDS • The Navy Mission Essential Task List (NMETL) concept • “NMETL” is very easy to say- but takes an “Intellectual Capital” investment to comprehend. • NMETLs enable a commander to quantify both the level and scope of effort needed to achieve mission objectives.” (NTTP 1-01, the Navy’s guidance for doctrine development) • Many new programs are revolving around “NMETL” poles– the Navy Warfare Training System (NWTS) is just one of them. • DRRS, JCIDS, “T2” all require UNTL knowledge. • CNO’s Sea Enterprise message is another call for innovative leadership into continuous improvement systems and best practices. Dynamics Research Corporation provides the most knowledgeable and experienced NMETL Practitioners.
Welcome to NMETLS! What’s Your Mission? Programs Training Readiness Planning Operations Futures ------- Ref Docs: UJTL UNTL Transformation CJCS/ CNO Guidance Joint Training Fleet Training DRRS JCIDS • NMETLS align and focus all continuous improvement processes • CONOPS and METLs • Both are products of Mission Analysis • Going in with no CONOPS, NMETL helps frame it. • Going in with CONOPS, NMETL helps improve it! • The primary purpose of the NMETL is to be the target and alignment tool for all improved mission performance. • The NMETL itself should be improved whenever we can advance the articulation of the tasks, conditions or standards or supporting commands’ responsibilities. Dynamics Research Corporation provides the most knowledgeable and experienced NMETL Practitioners.
DRC Services Programs Training Readiness Planning Operations Futures ------- Ref Docs: UJTL UNTL Transformation CJCS/ CNO Guidance Joint Training Fleet Training DRRS JCIDS • NMETL Training and Education seminars • •NMETL Program Implementation Teams who teach, help assemble and demonstrate the value of systematic NMETL production, linkages, and analysis. • Providing Solutions for Continuous Improvement Processes • Integrated methodology for Improving Mission Performance for Systems and Organizations. • We can make your continuous improvement system work! • DRC has the most knowledgeable and experienced NMETL developers. Strategic to Operational to Tactical. • “Universal” process can also be applied throughout DOD and other federal, state, and local government agencies and by installations, other institutions and NGOs. Contact DRC’s NMETL Team: John Kearley email@example.com 617-306-5562 Earl Fought firstname.lastname@example.org 757-322-3055 David K Brown email@example.com 757-836-0082 Jim Harrington firstname.lastname@example.org 401-841-4321 Ken Cech email@example.com 904-519-7073
DRC Success and Experience with METL Programs • •Lead the growing awareness of the wide range for developing and practical employment of NMETLs – • DRRS, CFFC NMETLs, COMNAVAIRPAC NMETLs, EOD NMETLs and use in JEOD, MMA, ACS capabilities development • Also developed tools such as JTIMS, TurboMET, MATRICS (new MMF tool), and the Value Modeling Tool. • Links to each for more info Programs Training Readiness Planning Operations Futures ------- Ref Docs: UJTL UNTL Transformation CJCS/ CNO Guidance Joint Training Fleet Training DRRS JCIDS Contact DRC’s NMETL Team: John Kearley firstname.lastname@example.org 617-306-5562 Earl Fought email@example.com 757-322-3055 David K Brown firstname.lastname@example.org 757-836-0082 Jim Harrington email@example.com 401-841-4321 Ken Cech firstname.lastname@example.org 904-519-7073
DRC’s Six Business Solutions- METLs enable Business Intelligence Business Transformation People Process Technology IT Infrastructure Services Training and Performance Support Automated Case Management Acquisition Management Programs Training Readiness Planning Operations Futures ------- Ref Docs: UJTL UNTL Transformation CJCS/ CNO Guidance Joint Training Fleet Training DRRS JCIDS Contact DRC
Mission Training • METL development for Requirements phase of Joint Training System (JTS)/ Navy Warfare Training System (NWTS) • Training curricula development for Plans phase of JTS/ NWTS- from staffs through collective and unit training down to individual skills attainment and mastery • Execution Phase data collection planning, assembly and analysis- “Value Model Tool” for assessing performance. • Assessments for reporting readiness, developing DOTMLP-F solutions, and implementing best practices and lessons learned. • Links to Human System Integration and maximizing human performance
Readiness • DRRS is MET-based. • METLs should help us get to “Metrics that matter!”
Planning • “New” capabilities used by DOD is “the means to accomplish a set of tasks to standards under specified conditions.” Very “MET- like!” • Adaptive force packaging looks for MET collection and readiness indicators to match COCOM demands to most ready and available forces.
Operations • METL standards can drive performance. • Great potential for Enterprise-wide alignment and control with systems of linked METLs. • Understanding METLs can match commander demands with available forces.
Futures • JCIDS and DOD 5000 series call for “capabilities” development • Capabilities now expressed in a “Task-Conditions-Standards” format similar to METLs. • Capabilities Development – for the Warfighter to execute mission tasks; for the Trainer to conduct Warfighter training; for the Test and Evaluation community to conduct test and evaluation to JCIDS standards.
UJTL • DRC developed earliest versions of UJTL. Most UJTL guidance still in effect today! • Link to Joint Training: http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/training.htm
Future UTL for government-wide applications • Clausewitz: “War is the continuation of politics by other means.” • The Mission Analysis to METL framework can be applied in HLS as well as Commerce, Treasury, HUD and EPA. • Therefore, the goal should be to find ways to describe the sections of the UJTL (Deploy and maneuver; Develop intel.; Engage the enemy; Sustain; Communicate, Command & Control; and Protect) in six more universally acceptable groups that each of these naturally were developed from: • Movement • Learning about the situation • Engagement and employing our capabilities • Sustain • Communicate, direct, coordinate and plan • Protect
DOD Transformation modeled on JTS process • Transformation is a Process! DOD Transformation can be conceptualized as running on a four-phased “continuous improvement engine” fueled by lessons learned (Figure). DOD Transformation’s website describes it thusly: “Transformation is foremost a continuing process that does not have an end point. It is meant to create or anticipate the future…. The overall objective of these changes is simply – sustained American competitive advantage in warfare.” The Defense Readiness Reporting System and all new joint capabilities require METLs or MET-like descriptions for expressing mission performance requirements. The Navy Warfare Training System (NWTS) employs NMETLs as the basis for fleet training programs. However, NMETLs are considerately more applicable, comprehensive and enlightening than just being used for Fleet training!
Immutable Nature of War vs its Character and Conduct • What plans would the historical Hannibal, Caesar or Napoleon or a modern Nimitz or Burke make to move and maneuver, gather Battlespace awareness, apply fighting power, sustain, command and control, and protect their forces? • When you break it down, their “tasks” were not much different than what we must do today- just the systems, and our Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTP) have changed to meet the new threat or operating environment. • In new DOD terminology, these six areas have been characterized as the “Elements of Defense Transformation” and they also represent the “Nature of War” based framework of the Universal Joint Task List (UJTL). • Tasks can be described to a “universal” understanding across organizations and missions. Using conditions and standards, we transform mere tasks into “METLs” to fit the circumstances- the character and conduct of war.
CJCS/CNO Guidance • CJCS Joint Training, JCIDS http://www.dtic.mil/cjcs_directives/index.htm • CNO Guidance http://www.navy.mil/features/2006CNOG.pdf http://www.navy.mil/features/2005CNOG.pdf • CNO Sea Enterprise https://ucsobdom03.hq.navy.mil/seaent/seadoc01.nsf/(vwWebPage)/Home.htm?OpenDocument
Joint Training • Link to Joint Training System http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/training.htm • DRC initial developer and still involved in JTIMS
Fleet Training • DRC assisted CFFC in NWTS evolution from JTS • DRC assisted in all fleet NMETL development efforts and has provided continuous support to NWTS since inception. • DRC (Brown) leads as the Navy’s NMETL advocate!
DRRS • Defense Readiness Reporting System is MET based. • Key to understanding readiness is good expression of mission requirement through the MET construct. • DRC’s knowledge in the mission analysis-to-METL process is unmatched.
JCIDS • Capabilities stated using “Tasks, Conditions, Standards” language of the UJTL. • Future force structure planning will incorporate METs to define “capabilities” • Using “Capability” as the means to accomplish a set of tasks to standards under specified conditions. • Now can conceive/design/build/test/man and equip future force structure to meet the rising challenges and counter enemy advances.
Mission and Means Framework (MMF) • DRC experts understand how to implement the system of systems described by the MMF.