Cover: Integrated Planning for the Air Force Senior Leader Workforce

Integrated Planning for the Air Force Senior Leader Workforce

Background and Methods

Published Dec 13, 2004

by Albert A. Robbert, Steve Drezner, John E. Boon, Jr., Lawrence M. Hanser, Craig Moore, Lynn Scott, Herb Shukiar

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RAND Project Air Force and the Air Force Senior Leader Management Office undertook a study to help improve the development of senior Air Force personnel. This report provides background information to put the methods developed into context and describes how the methods were developed and used to address the need for an improved leadership development program. The authors established a competency framework, ascertained competency requirements for individual positions, determined optimal competency mixes in the inventory of senior leaders, and examined the effects of making the usage boundary between general officers and Senior Executive Service members more flexible.

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