I'm Stephen F. DeAngelis, a technology and supply chain sector entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience in building, financing and operating technology and manufacturing companies. I founded Enterra Solutions, LLC, in 2003 to address the global complexity challenges of corporations and governmental agencies through the effective use of artificial intelligence and patented best practices. Read more about Stephen F. DeAngelis

In this blog, I discuss issues about the effects of globalization on business and government with a focus on supply chain management, innovation, and technology. Our goal is to advance the public discussion about Enterprise Resilience Managementâ„  and the new organizational environment.

Bradd C. Hayes is the active editor of this blog. Read more about Bradd C. Hayes

Businesspundit on the Value of Experts

March 24, 2006

Businesspundit raises doubts about the wisdom of crowds and speaks in favor of the wisdom of experts. Provocative comments, very … Continued

Net-Centric Resilience: Serving Information to the Warfighter

March 21, 2006

Defense Tech provides an overview of an Army Times article on the U.S. Army’s CALL (Center for Army Lessons Learned) … Continued

Why Process Is Essential: James Pinkerton at TCS Daily

March 20, 2006

James Pinkerton writes, in the first installment of a two-part article at Tech Central Station’s TCS Daily, that we pay … Continued

Avian Flu, Continuity, Resilience: The New York Times and Jeff Jarvis

March 17, 2006

The New York Times reported yesterday on the potential impact of Avian Flu on business ("Is Business Ready for a … Continued

Trust and Assurance Update

March 16, 2006

Dave Chesebrough, President of The Association for Enterprise Integration (AFEI) writes at The Net-Centric Dialog about the persistent and growing … Continued

Art Hutchinson on Avian Flu: Predictability, Positive Action and Resilience

March 15, 2006

Interesting comments by Art Hutchinson about Avian Flu.  Reacting to recent news reports and to the Wyoming Pandemic Flu Summit, … Continued

Resilience, Decentralization, Security: John Robb in Fast Company

March 14, 2006

There’s growing recognition that we need resilience — and that networked, adaptive systems are the way to achieve it.  The … Continued

Energy and Resilience: Yergin in Foreign Affairs

March 10, 2006

Daniel Yergin, chairman of CERA (Cambridge Energy Research Associates), is the author of "Ensuring Energy Security," an extensive article just … Continued

ZenPundit on Mazarr

March 9, 2006

As promised, ZenPundit is up with a balanced critique of Mazarr’s article ("Extremism, Terror, and the Future of Conflict," Policy … Continued

Mazarr: “Extremism, Terror, and the Future of Conflict”

March 8, 2006

Commentary is underway in the blogosphere about this extremely complex article — "Extremism, Terror, and the Future of Conflict," by … Continued

Upcoming on Defense Tech: Real-World Net-Centricity

March 7, 2006

Defense Tech announces an upcoming story on how network-centric warfare technologies are performing in the real world (scroll down to … Continued

SOX, Innovation, and Resilience

March 6, 2006

Bob Greifeld, President and CEO of NASDAQ, argues today in the Wall Street Journal op-ed ("It’s Time To Pull Up … Continued

Avian Flu: A Resilient Response

March 3, 2006

Today, more commentary in The New York Times that helps make the case for resilience.  Kendall Hoyt writes about the … Continued

Stability, Resilience, and Democratic Values

March 2, 2006

Robert D. Kaplan, writing in The Washington Post, is right and wrong at the same time: Globalization and other dynamic … Continued

Mardi Gras: Resilience and Culture

March 2, 2006

As we’ve pointed out before, here and here, for example, culture is a critical element of resilience.  Resilience is the … Continued

Iraq, The Grid, and Resilience

March 2, 2006

Good commentary in today’s New York Times by Glenn Zorpette of IEEE, about the critical role of the power grid … Continued