Rogue Recipe: Cacio e Pepe

Rogue Recipe: Cacio e Pepe

March 07, 2020

It’s a Friday in Lent, which for me means no meat, so here is a fun riff on a classic that is super low carb, high on taste. For all you who don’t care about a Friday... spice this up with grilled chicken or steak!

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Post-Strike Analysis of al-Asad Airbase, Iraq

Post-Strike Analysis of al-Asad Airbase, Iraq

January 23, 2020

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The Basics of - Privacy

The Basics of - Privacy

January 16, 2020

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InfoMullet - Iran, a week out

InfoMullet - Iran, a week out

January 12, 2020 4 Comments

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InfoMullet - The Soleimani Strike in Context

InfoMullet - The Soleimani Strike in Context

January 07, 2020 5 Comments

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The Basics Of - The Death of Qasem Soleimani

The Basics Of - The Death of Qasem Soleimani

January 03, 2020 4 Comments

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Rogue Recipe: Lobster Three Way

Rogue Recipe: Lobster Three Way

November 12, 2019 2 Comments

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The Dictator’s Dilemma: Hong Kong Case Study

The Dictator’s Dilemma: Hong Kong Case Study

November 11, 2019 62 Comments

Resident rogue Tim Clancy (Founder & CEO of Dialectic Simulation Consulting LLC) analyzes the situation in Hong Kong from the perspective of the "Dictators Dilemma"

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Rogue Recipe: Beef Kofta and Spiced Rice

Rogue Recipe: Beef Kofta and Spiced Rice

October 04, 2019 50 Comments

Today's recipe is an easy one in both time and technique. It sounds a lot fancier than it is, it just takes some patience and time. Easy for big batches to mix up meal prep, or quick for that 45 minute dinner after a workout, Beef Kofta, Spiced Brown Rice, and Saffron Aioli make for a kick ass dinner or leftovers.

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DEFCON 2019

DEFCON 2019

August 16, 2019 14 Comments

A rogues review of DEFCON 2019 in Las Vegas! Check out this post to get the skinny on what's become summer camp for cyber kids.

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6 Tips for Managing Dynamic Human Growth

6 Tips for Managing Dynamic Human Growth

June 06, 2019

I know I've learned a lot of ways I would never want my soldiers lead from this organization. In an effort to find the positive I wanted to illustrate a few methods I personally feel lead to team success

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Return on Human Investments

Return on Human Investments

May 23, 2019

Recently in a DoD organization, someone asked a soldier what the return on investment was for them in exchange for sending that soldier to advanced training.  The higher command wanted a storyboard template block, asking again what the return on investment for any event was.  I immediately cringed.  Not only is it shortsighted with a fundamental lack of human and organizational development, but it’s simply poor leadership.  Let’s break down some of the failures in a small minded leader, and their leadership to illustrate why it destroys trust, cohesion, and productivity.  We may even dive into some of how it impacts unit and organizational retention while we’re at it.  

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