The management assessment center : a status update and proposed application.
McGann, Dennis Michael
Creighton, John W.
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Weaknesses in present and past systems for the selection of Medical Service Corps officers from among the ranks of the Hospital Corps are described. The writer then suggests the possible use of the Management Assessemtn Center concept in that selection process. The assessment center concept is described. Literature describing uses of the assessment center concept for similar purposes is reviewed. Interviews conducted by the writer with persons prominent in assessment center techniques and applications are reported. Finally, suggestions for the use of the concept in the selection process are presented.
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