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Book:Towards a U.S. Army officer corps strategy for success : employing talent / Casey Wardynski, David S. Lyle, Michael J. Colarusso.:2010. Book Towards a U.S. Army officer corps strategy for success : employing talent / Casey Wardynski, David S. Lyle, Michael J. Colarusso.
Towards a U.S. Army officer corps strategy for success : employing talent / Casey Wardynski, David S. Lyle, Michael J. Colarusso.
Author: Wardynski, Casey
Associated Name: Lyle, David S. 1971-
Associated Name: Colarusso, Michael J.
Associated Name: Army War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute.
Publication year: 2010.
Language: English
Call Number U413.A66 W273 2010 v.6 ; U413.R3323 W376 2010
Media class: Book
Publisher: Carlisle, PA : Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College
ISBN: 9781584874454 1584874457
Notes:
"May 2010."
"This is the final monograph in a series of six monographs that analyze the development of an Officer Corps strategy"--P. ii.
Series title: Officer corps strategy monograph series ; v. 6
Extent: viii, 29 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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Description:
Efficient talent employment is at the core of the Army Officer Human Capital Model. However, the Army's current employment paradigm is unequal to the needs of a professional, volunteer Army facing the twin challenges of a competitive labor market and an increasingly complex global operating environment. It unduly prioritizes "fairness" when making assignments, has a narrowly defined pathway to senior leadership ranks, cannot see the talent it possesses, and suffers from severe principal-agent problems. Optimal employment theories, information age tools, and well-regulated market mechanisms can help the Army match individual officer talents against specific work requirements, reducing risk and achieving the depth and breadth of talent it needs, both now and in the future.
Summary -- Introduction -- Officer employment practices : our biggest area of concern -- Fairness -- Narrow, tradition-bound pathways to success -- The army cannot see its talent -- The "principal-agent" problem -- Theory-talent matching requires both data and incentives -- Towards a talent management approach : green pages -- Operating concept -- Core capabilities -- Changing culture and practice -- Conclusions.

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