Analysis of management training for the Naval Avionics Center
Berg, Dale Douglas
Crawford, Alice M.
Hocevar, Susan P.
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This thesis addresses the benefits that the employees of the Naval Avionics Center (NAC) believe they are receiving from management training. Specifically, this study determines whether or not the management training that is offered to NAC scientists and engineers is perceived as beneficial. In order to determine the perceptions of the trainees, a questionnaire was developed and distributed to all eligible employees. Fifty-nine percent of the participants responded. The results of the research indicated that the trainees generally had positive responses to all of the survey questions. Based on those results, it is concluded that the scientists and engineers do perceive the training that they are receiving as beneficial. However, due to the small number of surveys returned, the results for the entire study must be considered exploratory.
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