Master Chief Petty Officer of the Command Program : an organizational effectiveness second look.
McGinty, Louis L.
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The primary purpose of this project is to provide a critical analysis of the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Command Program. It is the author's belief that sufficient consideration has yet to be given to the possible negative ramifications of the program. The study evaluates the program using various current leadership theories and from the perspectives of structure, human resource, symbolic, and political frames of the organization. While current policy states that the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Command Program works within the framework of the traditional chain of command, the author attempts to demonstrate that this may not be the case and provides recommendations to alter the program so as to maintain much of the value while reducing the risk of the preceived pitfalls. The study focuses upon the effects of the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Command Program as it is presently implemented in the Surface Forces of the U. S. Atlantic Fleet (NAVSURFLANT).
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