21st Century Retention: The Design of Tailored, Non-Monetary Incentives for Retention in the Marine Corps Cyber Community (W4821 /TRWG14-1-PR-01)
Hernandez, Lucas F.
Johnson, Derek K.
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MARFORCYBERﾒs mission is to: plan, coordinate, integrate, synchronize, and direct the Marine Corpsﾒ full spectrum of cyberspace operations. MARFORCYBER is a young organization and faces a number of challenges in recruiting, training, equipping, and retaining cyber personnel. There is a pervasive national shortage of qualified cyber personnel, both in the Marine Corps and the Nation at large. To retain quality cyber personnel, the Marine Corps must identify those factors that cause cyber personnel to separate from active service and explore specific incentives to retain them. This research study used Design Thinking to look at how non-monetary incentives can be used to increase retention in the Cyber community.
Thomas Albright, Ph.D., Anita Salem, Lucas F. Hernandez, and Derek K. Johnson
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