HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT THROUGH THE USE OF A STANDARD INTEGRATED PERSONNEL SYSTEM IN ROYAL SAUDI NAVAL FORCES
Benghaith, Abdullah A.
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The Royal Saudi Naval Forces (RSNF) is continuously searching for a better means to manage manpower and personnel. The RSNF Manpower Department is currently studying the available methods and procedures that will ensure a stable leverage of human capital. The study also examines knowledge levels to support optimal information technology management. The research initially examined the background of the evolution of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its armed forces. This thesis illustrates the current status of the human capital management system in the Royal Saudi Naval Forces and presents the common human capital management systems used in both military and civilian organizations around the globe. It also evaluates these systems features and characteristics. The thesis presents the requirements a new system must have in a given practical and technological environments. Finally, it addresses the expected results that the RSNF will gain after an appropriate new system is acquired. Additionally the research recommends a review of the current Royal Saudi Naval Forces manpower and personnel organization to better support short and long term organizational planning objectives.
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