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  • Author:
    Ralph Masi,Anny Wong,John E. Boon,Peter Schirmer,Jerry M. Sollinger
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    RAND Corporation (October 16, 2009)
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Ralph Masi, Anny Wong. RAND Arroyo Center produced competency models and a training framework to support Army Human Resources Command's delivery of services after its upcoming reorganization and relocation. They identified gaps between the competencies HRC would need and the availability of workers. Finally, they devel RAND Arroyo Center produced competency models and a training framework to support Army Human Resources Command's delivery of services after its upcoming reorganization and relocation.

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Ralph Masi, Anny Wong, John E. Boon. RAND Arroyo Center produced competency models and a training framework to support Army Human Resources Command's delivery of services after its upcoming reorganization and relocation

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Ralph Masi,Anny Wong,John E. Boon,Peter Schirmer,Jerry M. Sollinger: Supporting the .

by Ralph Masi, Anny Wong, John E. Boon, Peter Schirmer, Jerry M. Sollinger. ISBN 9780833047281 (978-0-8330-4728-1) Softcover, RAND Corporation, 2009.

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RAND Arroyo Center produced competency models and a training framework to support Army Human Resources Command1s delivery of services after its upcoming reorganization and relocation. Researchers developed competency models for jobs that would survive the move. They identified gaps between the competencies HRC would need and the availability of workers. Finally, they developed training concepts to close gaps between current and future workforces.