MODULE 2 MGT 509 case 10 Feb

MODULE 2 MGT 509 case 10 Feb - 1 Robert Felder;...

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Robert Felder; Robert.felder@us.army.mil MGT 509 Dr. Fitzgerald; sfitzgerald@tuiu.edu Dr. Stephens; rstephens@tuiu.edu Case Assignment Module 2 10 February, 2008 1
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The person I chose to focus my analysis on is a very strong willed and intelligent member of the office staff I am privileged to be a leader in. This individual served once as a Soldier for a number of years rising from the lowest of ranks to retiring with more then three decades of service as a Senior Officer in our great army. Also having the unique experience to being a Noncommissioned Officer for three years in Vietnam, serving as a senior liaison Officer in Thailand and Philippines and ending a well decorated career as a Garrison Commander. The individual and I work together as part of the command team for the Garrison at Fort Rucker, Alabama. We speak daily on numerous ongoing missions and taskings that affect the well being and quality of life for over 20,000 great Soldiers, Soldier families and civilians that pass through our gates daily. We also share thoughts on how to better facilities for our Flight Students, Air traffic control and flight operations managers training courses and the Warrant Officer Career Center. These three areas just mention is the foundation of what the United States Army Aviation War fighting Center contributes as the 15 th Branch in our army. My Co worker and I play a significant part in trying to make a difference daily. In the past 11 months since I have been in this job, some of the issues that I believe should be addressed is how training for employees is paid for; selecting the employees instead of the good ole boy selection systems I have seen; open discussion on the budget, what is truly doable and what we can’t do, and the last thing is in reference to the plan for Senior Noncommissioned Officers housing. I truly believed that we are not hitting the mark with training our employees; I feel that it takes money to keep quality folks in positions, so training away from home station should be a key part of the budget. This goes in line with the selection process and especially the lack of selecting minorities in to some of the senior level positions; this is frustrating especially when we can see that we have been blessed with minorities with the 2
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same qualifications of those being selected.
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2012 for the course MGT 509 taught by Professor Management during the Winter '10 term at Trident Technical College.

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