Marine Corps Combat Readiness Evaluation System (MCCRES): three case studies for use in providing for a more effective evaluator
Conatser, Larkin E.
Euske, Kenneth J.
Mullane, Joseph F.
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The Marine Corps Combat Readiness Evaluation System (MCCRES) was designed to provide timely and accurate information concerning the ability of active and reserve forces to perform assigned combat missions. To provide this information, unites are subjected to simulated combat problems. Their performance is observed, evaluated, and reported by evaluators from within the Marine Corps. These evaluators are key to the collection of valuable evaluation data. If the evaluator is not effective, the MCCRES, as an evaluation system, is ultimately ineffective is determining a unit's "combat readiness." The purpose of this thesis is to analyze the selection and use of evaluators in the MCCRES. The current structure and process used for management control in the selection and subsequent education of MCCRES evaluators was investigated. MCCRES evaluators were interviewed and their recommendations for improving evaluator effectiveness were compared with the existing MCCRES models. The comparison resulted in a set of recommendations to modify the current models.
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