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Framing a strategic approach for reserve component joint officer management

Framing a strategic approach for reserve component joint officer management

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Published by RAND in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Unified operations (Military science),
  • United States -- Armed Forces -- Officers -- Management,
  • United States -- Armed Forces -- Reserves -- Management

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesReserve component joint officer management
    StatementHarry J. Thie ... [et al.].
    ContributionsThie, Harry., United States. Dept. of Defense. Office of the Secretary of Defense.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUB413 .F73 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxvii, 118 p. :
    Number of Pages118
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17436406M
    ISBN 100833039733
    ISBN 109780833039736
    LC Control Number2006033293

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Framing a strategic approach for reserve component joint officer management Download PDF EPUB FB2

A strategic approach to joint officer management for reserve active-status list officers must assess the need for officers with prior joint knowledge, experience, and acculturation in certain positions as well as their availability.

The authors estimate the supply of joint reserve officers and make several recommendations to help implement a strategic approach to reserve component joint officer : Harry J Thie, Margaret C Harrell, Sheila Nataraj Kirby, Al Crego, Roland J Yardley, Sonia Nagda.

iv Framing a Strategic Approach for Joint Officer Management and would link joint officer development to DoD's overall missions and goals. In Marchthe independent study was completed and indi-cated that joint officer management/JPME II requires updating in practice, policy, and law to meet the demands of a new era moreCited by: 5.

Determining Demand. The central elements of a strategic approach to reserve component joint officer management are determining the demand for such officers, assessing the supply, and instituting the means of dynamically matching the two. There are currently no data sources that can provide the information needed to create an estimate of the demand for reserve officers with education or experience in joint matters.

To: Recipients of MGOSD, Framing a Strategic Approach for Reserve Component Joint Offi cer Management, by Harry J. Thie et al., From: RAND Corporation Publications Department Date: May Re: Corrected page 87 On p Table A.5 was inadvertently replicated as Table A.6 in the original edition.

A strategic approach to human resource management determines the need for critical workforce characteristic(s) given missions, goals, and desired organizational outcomes; assesses availability of the characteristic(s) now and in the future; and suggests changes in management practices for personnel with the characteristic(s) to minimize gaps between need and availability.

This report applies a strategic approach to the development of officers in joint by: 5. This research brief proposes a strategic framework for managing active-status reserve officers by recording individual expertise or experience in joint matters, comparing inventories with demand to compensate for shortages or : Harry J.

Thie, Margaret C. Harrell, Sheila Nataraj Kirby, Al Crego, Roland J. Yardley, Sonia Nagda. A strategic approach to joint officer management can help to align the availability of officers with joint experience and education with the demand. A strategic approach to joint officer management can provide a sound foundation for human resource policy decisions.

Total Force Joint Officer Management Handbook 7 Develops procedures to ensure that the qualifications of officers assigned to S- JDAs are such that joint promotion objectives can be achieved.

Ensures the Air Force fulfills statutory and CJCSI guidance governing joint representation to and analytical review of O-4 through O-6 promotion selection.

RESERVE COMPONENT JOINT OFFICER QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: A REASSESSMENT The Goldwater-Nichols Act of (GNA) requires active component (AC) military officers to achieve joint qualification prior to promotion to general or flag officer rank.1 The statute does not extend this requirement to reserve component (RC) officers.

HRC is responsible for accessions and assignment of officers for the reserve component (RC) FAO program with Headquarters, Department of the Army's G-3/5/7 Strategic Leadership Division (DAMO-SSF) providing program and policy oversight and coordination.

The prerequisites for a RC FAO are the same as the Active Component (AC). CGSOC Advanced Operations Course to learning content, and not bound by brick and mortar. AOC is the next step after completion of CC. It is the second half for completion of MEL 4 and JPME 1.

AOC provides basic branch career field officers with an asynchronous. Outlines a strategic approach to reserve joint officer management that addresses the requirements for, and the supply of, joint officers and also accounts for the unique constraints and challenges involved in joint officer management for reserve active status list officers.

ii Planner’s Handbook for Operational Design d. Discussions during the CAPSTONE and PINNACLE senior executive education programs as well as observations during joint operations and training exercises.

Application This handbook is aimed at joint force planners, Service/functional component planners, and others involved in planning. Comprehensive Review of the Future Role of the Reserve Component.

Volume I. Executive Summary & Main Report. Prepared by. Office of the Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. and. Office of Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs. 5 April Preparation of this study/report cost the. Department of Defense a total ofFile Size: 2MB.

state; and 3) developing an operational approach or theory of action to ^bridge the gap to transform the current environment to the desired end state.7 October - General Mattis, Commander, US Joint Forces Command, publishes memorandum entitled ^Vision for a Joint Approach Author: Richard R Dickens.

the United States Army Reserve unless otherwise stated. This is where Army design methodology (ADM) can help. By first framing an operational environment and associated problems, ADM enables commanders and staffs approach for framing an operational environment.

The chapter concludes with tools and techniques. RESERVE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION. Management of Operational and Strategic Forces of the Reserve Components. Resolution No. WHEREAS, the Commission on the National Guard and Reserves has recommended that Reserve Components be divided into operational and strategic divisions; and.

WHEREAS. InRAND issued a report entitled "Framing a Strategic Approach for Joint Officer Management" for the Office of the Secretary of Defense and cited GAO's recommendation that DOD develop a strategic approach to the development of officers in joint matters.

The operational reserve is further embodied in Service doctrine as well-for example, in "Transforming the Army's Reserve Components into an Operational Force."3The change from a purely strategic. The _____ provides a framework for establishing national priorities, choosing a strategic approach, and allocating resources necessary to achieve national goals.

National Security Strategy When a combatant commander uses military forces on foreign soil, the combatant commander of the region in which U.S. forces are employed, retains control of. The Army’s Reserve Components are an integral part of Army operations at home and abroad and have been since their inception.

Combined with their AC counterparts, these forces constitute the Total Army. The last 14 years of conflict has shifted the RC from a Strategic Reserve (SR) to an OR.It describes the role of the RCs as providing operational capabilities and strategic depth to meet all requirements across the full spectrum of conflict.

This paper will review the roles described in the DOD directive. The thesis will establish how the United States reserve force was created and then the purpose of having a reserve : Howard M.

Keebler.The purpose of a stakeholder approach to strategic management is to actively plan a new direction for the firm. It builds on concrete facts and analysis, and thus is descriptive, but.