3 edition of Future army-wide soldier performance requirements found in the catalog.
Published 2005 by Administrator in U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences
March 2005.Army project number 2622785A790.Includes bibliographical references (p. 8).Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.Also available on the World Wide Web.Contract or grant no. : DASW01-03-D-0015 D.O. 0006.
|Statement||U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences|
|Publishers||U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 135 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|2||Research product -- 2005-05.|
Transformation of the U.S. Army into the Future Force involves changes to missions, systems, and organizational structures. To realize the full potential of transformation, the Army must have the means to select and to assign high quality individuals who, as first-term Soldiers, can meet the training and operational demands emerging with transformation to the Future Force. This report is part of a series of research product reports that provide potential users information on products resulting from a project titled New Predictors for Selecting and Assigning Future Army Soldiers (Select21). The goal of Select21 is to (a) develop and validate new performance predictor measures and (b) propose use of the most promising measures as a entry-level selection and classification system adapted to the demands of the 21st century. The present report describes the predicted job performance requirements of all future entry-level Army jobs, regardless of Military Occupational Specialty. These future performance requirements are characterized in three complementary ways: first, in terms of future anticipated conditions (e.g., increased pace); second, in terms of performance dimensions (e.g., communication, teamwork); and third, in terms of the specific tasks Soldiers need to be able to perform. File Size: 2MB.
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Further, the Army stated that AMC and the other services are in discussions to review and update policies concerning depot workload requirements planning for non-Army customers.
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The enlisted management program is aimed at improving the attractiveness of an Army career.
The minimum passing score will remain 360 points for all Soldiers. However, by seeking advice and maintaining professionalism, NCOs can overcome them and continue their leadership development. The directorate recently added two communities of practice-one for Soldier camouflage and concealment and one for Soldier hydration and protection from environmental conditions. Ultimately, a package of programs and policies with associated costs will be developed.
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The objectives of the program are to anticipate and meet continuing and future personnel needs with quality personnel while providing career opportunities that will attract and retain qualified employees.
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