Accession Number : ADA198156

Title :   Defense Logistics Agency Supervisory, Managerial and Executive Training Needs Analysis Report.

Descriptive Note : Final rept. Sep-Oct 87,

Corporate Author : DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY COLUMBUS OH CIVILIAN PERSONNEL SERVICE SUPPORT OFFIC E

Personal Author(s) : Dennis, Betty J ; Stoffer, Donna J

PDF Url : ADA198156

Report Date : 29 Oct 1987

Pagination or Media Count : 139

Abstract : In the spring of 1987, The Office of Civilian Personnel (DLA-K), formally made a top priority the development of an Agency-wide supervisory and managerial training program. The need for such a program had been widely expressed throughout the Agency. The program would include three levels: first-line supervisors, managers and executives. The objective of the program would be to train all of the common skills and knowledge required to perform effectively at each level of supervision. The program would not attempt to address skill and knowledge requirements of the various technical fields within the Agency. In order to accomplish this task, DLA-K directed the Workforce Effectiveness and Development Division (DLA-KW), using the Performance Analysis and Training Design Group of DLA Civilian Personnel Service Support Office (DCPSO-AP), to conduct a comprehensive needs analysis for the training of supervisors at each level. The analysis would identify the tasks and competencies required in the performance of supervisory, managerial, and executive responsibilities. The results would be used to validate and/or revise the first-line supervisory training programs that each activity currently conducts. They would further be used to develop training at the managerial and executive levels where the Agency currently has structured training for only a limited number of individuals. (KR)

Descriptors :   *MANAGEMENT TRAINING, *PERSONNEL DEVELOPMENT, *EXECUTIVES, *SUPERVISORS, CIVILIAN PERSONNEL, MANAGEMENT, OFFICE PERSONNEL, PERFORMANCE TESTS, REQUIREMENTS, SKILLS, SUPERVISION, TRAINING

Subject Categories : Personnel Management and Labor Relations

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE