An organizational and effectiveness analysis of enlisted CNO priority manning
Leo, Peter R.
Gates, William R.
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This thesis examines the organization and effectiveness of CNO priority 1 and 2 manning by conducting a comparison analysis on priority manning and non-priority manning for the AE and AW enlisted ratings from June of 2001to June of 2002. Priority manning was introduced in the Navy to ensure activities whose missions are essential to national interest are properly manned even when personnel shortages exist. Little formal analysis of priority manning has been conducted in the past and this research provides an overview of the steps in the process and the effects that priority manning has on the Navy's distribution system. The results of this research conclude that there is a need to improve the CNO priority manning process. Transition of process management occurred during this study to Pers-452/Allocation and Statistics Branch of the Navy Personnel Command. This thesis will provide an explanation of the process and recommendations to assist the new managers in implementing and monitoring the process more effectively.
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