Decision Framework for Dynamic Manpower Reallocation

January 2007
Air Force Journal of Logistics;Winter/Spring2007, Vol. 30/31 Issue 4/1, p114
Academic Journal
The article presents a systematic way to consider reallocation decisions that helps military commanders make dynamic resource allocation decisions for short term mission accomplishment and long-term organizational welfare. The decision framework consists of two dimensions: utilization factor and utility function. According to the author, with proper implementation of the system, military commanders may able to respond the increased trending manpower demands in short and long term results.


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