Cover: Strategic and Performance Planning for the Office of the Chancellor for Education and Professional Development in the Department of Defense

Strategic and Performance Planning for the Office of the Chancellor for Education and Professional Development in the Department of Defense

Published 2001

by Dina G. Levy, Roger W. Benjamin, Tora K. Bikson, Eric Derghazarian, James A. Dewar, Susan M. Gates, Tessa Kaganoff, Joy S. Moini, Thomas S. Szayna, Ron Zimmer

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Examines several approaches to strategic planning for the DoD Office of the Chancellor for Education and Professional Development, which was established in 1998 as the principal advocate for the academic quality and cost-effectiveness of education and professional development for DoD civilians.

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