Determinants of Productivity for Military Personnel: A Review of Findings on the Contribution of Experience, Training, and Aptitude to Military Performance

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RAND, 2005 - Business & Economics - 71 pages
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Discusses the primary literature and empirical findings related to three major factors that affect military personnel productivity: experience, training, and ability. Reviews the primary literature and empirical findings related to three major factors that affect military personnel productivity: experience, training, and ability, and finds that each of these three factors contributes significantly to personnel productivity.

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Jennifer Kavanagh gave up her career as a literary agent to work in the community. She is a microcredit practitioner, facilitates conflict resolution workshops and is active in the Quaker community. She has written six books, two of which were published in 2012.

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