IT'S YOUR SHIP — MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES FROM THE BEST DAMN SHIP IN THE NAVY
|Author(s)||D. Michael Abrashoff|
|Publisher||Grand Central Publishing|
|D O W N L O A D|
A really excellent publication which will be definitely highly appreciated not only by the military people but by the general readers as well. It is about the leadership and leaving with other people having different backgrounds and professional experiences. The author of the book has made a successful attempt to recognize the true value of every person, seeking the ways as a leader to use those personal characteristics in a correct way with the ultimate intention to reach the initially set goals of the organization. Here is the excerpt from the text...
The statistics are startling. In recent years, nearly 40 percent, or almost 80,000, of the 200,000 people who join the military annually, won't complete their enlistment contract. Although most will leave the service involuntarily, doing so is not a reflection of their character. Of those who do complete their first hitch, a very small percentage will reenlist —not nearly enough to keep our senior billets filled. Worse yet, the best talents are often the first to leave. Since it takes thirty-five thousand dollars to recruit a new trainee and much more funds required for the additional training, making new personnel to the required basic level of proficiency, the cost of this attrition to the taxpayer is staggering. And that cost is only the beginning, since the dropouts go home and counter-recruit against us, making it even harder to convince others to join.
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