Performance expectations of the communications manager
Blankinship, Leslie Scott
Holliday, Thomas Baird
Schneidewind, Norman F.
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A survey of commands which have utilized the Communications Management (9310-P) Subspecialty code billet was conducted by a questionnaire. This was done in order to determine whether the education provided in the Information Systems (Telecommunications) Curriculum has been meeting the needs of the users of the curriculum graduates . Results showed that the expectations of the operating commands polled closely parallels the educational objectives of the curriculum. Fifty-six percent however, indicated a strong desire for curriculum graduates to have previous communications experience. The report summarizes the data obtained and recommends changes which could improve the Communications Managers' effectiveness.
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