Principles and techniques of personnel organization and classification applicable to the United States Navy.
Moore, Benjamin Eugene
Moore, Benjamin Eugene
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There Is no subject of more vital Importance to the U.S. Navy today than Personnel Administration In all of Its any phases. Experience In world today demonstrated that In a time of national emergency the manpower resources of the nation are not inexhaustible. The Individual capabilities of every person must be used to the maximum If the nation Is to achieve Its maximum efficiency In a time of crisis. This Is true In every field of endeavor— in Industry, In public service, In the armed forces, In education and training, when technical knowledge and methods of production are at nearly equal as they are In the world today, the margin of superiority In event of an armed conflict will rest with the nation which makes the best utilization of Its human resources. The armed forces must be so organized and administered that they make their full contribution to the conservation of human resources.
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