OODA

AcronymDefinition
OODAObserve, Orient, Decide, Act
OODAObservation, Orientation, Decision and Action
OODAObject-Oriented Domain Analysis
OODAObject-Oriented Design with Assemblies
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Doing the OODA loop well requires clear-eyed awareness of your own blind spots, something Cummings sometimes seems to lack.
James Graham, who has interviewed Mr Cummings many times, told BBC Radio 5 Live's Emma Barnett: "One of his main strategies is 'OODA Loop', which stands for Observe, Orient, Decide and Act.
James Graham, who has interviewed Mr Cummings many times, told BBC Radio 5 Live's Emma Barnett: "One of his main strategies is OODA Loop, which stands for Observe, Orient, Decide and Act.
If we have the wrong plan at the starting point, then the PDCA process would produce the wrong outcome, in which case we would need OODA.
(11) It is more than simply conducting operations in multiple domains--it is about synchronized maneuver between domains to create asymmetric effects at speeds that ultimately complicate and outpace adversaries' OODA processes.
The subjecdvist theory of entrepreneurship and the general OODA loop model are consistent with the body of research that considers strategy formulation and decisionmaking as first existing in the mind of the entrepreneur and second as the functional or mechanistic activities resulting from the entrepreneur's interpretations (Butos and Koppl, 1997; Endres and Woods, 2007; Gavetti and Rivkin, 2007; Yu, 2003; Horwitz, 1994; Kirzner, 1973, 1997; Koppl and Langlois, 2001; Shane, 2003).
He accelerated his students' OODA loops; and the results were seen in improvements in the air war over North Vietnam.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning provide opportunities to accelerate through every step of the OODA loop by making sense of data in real time as the data arrive, evaluating options and initiating an action in milliseconds, and acting.
Our cybersecurity defensive observe, orient, decide and act (OODA) loop must react to and defeat any cyberattack.
Boyd proposed an OODA model [7] that regards the combat process as a dynamic cycle consisting of the following four links: observe, orient, decide, and act.
Much like John Boyd's OODA loop--observe, orient, decide and act--the military can approach this problem through the three layers of the execution of operations.
So, the Air Force began training pilots to make decisions using the OODA loop procedure--a four step cycle, consisting of Observe, Orient, Decide and Act--to guide their decision making.