Environments are changing; you should too
The newness lay in the increased speed of communication and networking and the enemy's ability to adjust goals partway through. However, the U.S. Army was more used to exhaustive drills and planning. It was not ready, however, to be agile and maneuverable.
• In Iraq, the Al Qaeda (AQI) men were not superheroes, usually appeared understaffed, and lacked resources. Nevertheless, they were resilient in strategies and adaptation but too categorical in their minds. They made better use of 21-century tools.Environments evolve, and so should our strategies of working with and within them. What worked for our ancestors is not suitable anymore.
The book is not an account of the war. It is how wartime strategies can facilitate adaptation for the challenges companies of different scales face today.