Methods for determining measures of effectiveness for the Marine Corps Finance Center
Lynn, Douglas C.
Whipple, David R. Jr.
Boger, Dan C.
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This analysis systematically reviews the established organizational goals of the Marine Corps Finance Center in order to determine the objectives or decision criteria for the unit. Specific production output data sets, which can be used to measure how well the objectives are accomplished, are then analyzed. Graphical, parametric, and nonparametric procedures are used to determine distributions, trends, correlation, and significance of the data. A comparison of the weighted-linear and weighted-product methods for aggregating multiple measures of effectiveness is then presented and the results are examined with respect to the specific organizational goal of developing an overall measure of effectiveness.
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