Nascent Strategy Foreshadows Seismic Personnel Changes

Barnard, Richard C.
February 2005
Sea Power;Feb2005, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p10
Reports on the development of new personnel management strategy that predicts fundamental changes to the Navy in the U.S. Direction of chief of naval operations Admiral Vern Clark to his admirals to challenge every assumption inherent to their current manpower approach; Intention of the human capital strategy; Personnel changes that would create a profoundly different Navy of the future; Insights of Vice Admiral Gerald L. Hoewing, chief of naval personnel, on the prospective changes in Navy personnel; Two keys for successful strategy for personnel changes.


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