Most all of the foundational material for Info-Ops is a combinations of various pre-verbal, language, and textual ideas. As such, no one word or phrase will ever be enough to adequately describe them, therefore many words are used for each. These words may appear to be in conflict. Such is the nature of the task at hand. This is much the same as how a painter can use various colors, textures, and styles to create images that no one color, texture, or style could ever do alone.
Pictorially, however, there can be no conflict, so whenever concepts are used, an appropriate icon is presented to lead the reader to more detail in-dept if so-desired.
Philosophies of Engagement
Philosophy of Language
Types of Activities Around Learning
Non-Verbal Product Development/Learning Areas
Activities Around Actual Usage of The Tool/Product/Value
Activities Around Operations, Distributions, and Provisioning
Activities Around Behavior, Resourcing, Sequencing
Activities Around Researching and Rule-Guessing (Hypothesis Creation)
Activities Around Pivoting, Evolution, Organization, Management
Non-Verbal Tool/Value Prototyping and Evolution
Non-Verbal Tool/Value Delivery and Feedback