A Qualitative Analysis of Navy Funded Graduate Education in Meeting HR Subspecialty Billet Knowledge Requirements

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Authors
Pate, Bradley C.
Subjects
Financial Management
Manpower Systems Analysis
Operations Analysis
Human Systems Integration
Information Systems and Technology
NOBC
ESR
SSP
1200 Billets
1207 Billets
3130
3111
3211
4600
6201
Navy Human Resources.
Advisors
Hatch, William D.
Date of Issue
2012-03
Date
Mar-12
Publisher
Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School
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Abstract
This research examines how effectively the Navy is meeting its goal of preparing HR officers with the necessary education to meet the demands of subspecialty (SSP) coded billets through its resident funded graduate education programs at Naval Postgraduate School (NPS). A comparative mapping analysis is used to determine the degree of likeness between billet knowledge requirements, represented by Navy Officer Billet Classifications (NOBCs), and Education Skill Requirements (ESRs) that form the basis of these graduate curricula. A December 2011 data set was used to examine all 3111, 3130, 3211, 4600, and 6201-coded HR billets that are sourced by resident funded graduate education (Financial Management, Manpower Systems Analysis, Operations Analysis, Human Systems Integration, and Information Systems and Technology respectively). The research concludes that the Navy is effectively achieving its educational goal for HR officers attending NPS. Recommendations include continued billet management and an in-depth needs analysis by activity in lieu of NOBC mapping, to maintain and address emerging requirements in the fleet.
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Thesis
Description
Human Systems Integration Report
Department
Operations Research (OR)
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This publication is a work of the U.S. Government as defined in Title 17, United States Code, Section 101. Copyright protection is not available for this work in the United States.
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