Organizational analysis of Food Service Management
Schultz, David A.
Ellis, Russell L.
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This study analyzes the current Navy Food Management Team (NFMT) alignment under the leadership of COMFISCS and the inability for NAVSUP Food Service (SUP 05) to directly coordinate with teams in the seven different assigned regions. This separation has raised difficulties for SUP 05 to gauge the effectiveness of training, budgeting, team make-up, fleet trends, policy implementation and instruction reviews and re-writes. The lack of continuity and consistency across Navy food service operations is driving the research behind this project, with the ultimate goal being recommendations that lead to the organizational structure that improves customer service fleet wide. The data set contains current Navy Food Management Team manning levels, annual budgets, Supply Management Certification scores for the last three years, training assist visit percentages and ship visit periodicities in each geographical area of responsibility. An extensive cost analysis was also performed covering salaries, basic housing allowances for team members by location, travel costs and facilities and office expenses in an attempt to provide a recommendation for the most efficient, cost effective team management for the future.
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