Manpower System Analysis Thesis Day Brief v.3 / Class of March 2014
Graduate School of Business and Public Policy (GSBPP)
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Brief. Includes these presentations: An Analysis of the Role of Service-Specific Factors in Active Duty Navy Suicides by LTJames GollidayMaximizing Female Retention in the Navy by LT Clinton Ceralde and Capt Christopher CzepielQuantitative and Qualitative Examination of Hiring Freeze Outcomes at DoD organizations: analysis of an Army command by LT Jacqueline Evans LT Ezra HatchThe Effects of Incentives on Recruiter Productivity by LT Luis Ortiz IVEvaluating the Tailored Adaptive Personality Assessment System on Delayed Entry Program Attrition by LT Adam R. Turpin
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