The personnel assessment center: a review and suggested application
Allen, Galen Bruce.
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The concept of the personnel assessment center is introduced, explained and evaluated by means of personal interviews and a literature review. Next, a proposed design for a prototype assessment center for the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) is offered along with the ancillary design of validation/evaluation/ feedback systems. Finally, a justification, listing of tasks to be performed, and anticipated results are provided. The reader is introduced to the concept through definitions, a brief history, and a comprehensive overview of the field. Explanation and evaluation of assessment centers is accomplished by the reporting of interviews conducted by the writer, and the literature review. The assessment center design proposal for the NPS reflects the opinions of the writer, based on the research conducted during the course of this project. Short and long term anticipated results are listed which cite potential benefits to individual participants, the NPS and the Navy.
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