A model for effective performance in the Indonesian Navy.
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This thesis describes a process of designing a management competency development model for the Indonesian Navy. Competency is used here as skill knowledge. characteristic or attitude which differentiate effective from ineffective manager. In the process of building the model two mam steps are taken First a literature study of the empirical analysis of management competences was conducted to identify management competences in the United States in general and the US Navy in particular. Second, a pilot study was conducted using ECHO, a projective survey technique, to identify the "cultural-bound" management competences in the Indones.an military environment. The sample used in this pilot study was thirteen Indonesian Officers who study a, the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey California. Combining the findings from the two studies, an integrated model of management competency for the Indonesian Navy was developed. A competency acquisition process is presented in the hope that it can be used as a guide line in designing a training program for management competency development in the Indonesian Navy.
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