Factors to Consider in Blending Active and Reserve Manpower Within Military Units

Factors to Consider in Blending Active and Reserve Manpower Within Military Units

Description

The Department of Defense has suggested that "blending" active component and reserve component workforces in military units must be implemented more broadly for a more flexible, capable force. This report examines existing organizational designs that facilitate integration of the reserve and active workforces, to ascertain whether changed personnel management practices are needed to further implement these designs.


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Details

Author(s)
Harry J. Thie, Roland J. Yardley, Peter Schirmer, Rudolph H. Ehrenberg, Penelope Speed
Format
Paperback | 142 pages
Dimensions
153 x 230 x 9mm | 231g
Publication date
30 Jul 2007
Publisher
RAND
Publication City/Country
Santa Monica, CA, United States
Language
English
Illustrations note
black & white tables, figures
ISBN10
0833040030
ISBN13
9780833040039