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Officer classification and the future of diversity among senior military leaders
The relative lack of minorities in certain military career fields has a significant impact on the diversity of the senior leadership. The relationship between career field choice, race/ethnicity, and membership in the senior officer corps appears to stem, at least in part, from racial and ethnic differences in the occupational preferences of officer cadets. The authors urge a full-scale study to learn the reasons behind these preferences.
|Statement||Nelson Lim ... [et al.].|
|Series||Report -- TR-731-OSD, Technical report (Rand Corporation) -- TR-731-OSD.|
|Contributions||Lim, Nelson., National Defense Research Institute (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||U428.5 .O37 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 39 p. :|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||2009039537|
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Officer Classification and the Future of Diversity Among Senior Military Leaders. A Case Study of the Army ROTC. by Nelson Lim, Jefferson P.
Marquis, Kimberly Curry Hall, David Schulker, Xiaohui Zhuo. Related Topics: Military Career Field Management, Military Force Planning, Military Officers, Military Personnel, Military Professions,Cited by: 7.
Throughout recent history, the U.S. military has served as a model for racial integration and has seen diversity flourish in its organization. Still, while the enlisted ranks of the U.S. military exhibit a high level of demographic diversity, the leadership of the military has remained demographically homogenous.
This report summarizes findings from an exploratory study of a potential barrier Cited by: 7. Accession Number: ADA Title: Officer Classification and the Future of Diversity Among Senior Military Leaders: A Case Study of the Army ROTC Descriptive Note: Technical rept.
Corporate Author: RAND NATIONAL DEFENSE RESEARCH INST SANTA MONICA CA Personal Author(s): Lim, Nelson ; Marquis, Jefferson P ; Hall, Kimberly C ; Schulker, David ; Zhuo, XiaohuiCited by: 7. The relative lack of minorities in certain military career fields has a significant impact on the diversity of the senior leadership.
The relationship between career field choice, race/ethnicity, and membership in the senior officer corps appears to stem, at least in part, from racial and ethnic differences in the occupational preferences of officer : Nelson Lim.
Description of the book "Officer Classification and the Future of Diversity Among Senior Military Leaders: A Case Study of the Army ROTC": The relative lack of minorities in certain military career fields has a significant impact on the diversity of the senior leadership. Officer classification and the future of diversity among senior military leaders: A case study of the Army ROTC.
Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation. Military Leadership Diversity Commission. (a, March). Military occu-pations and implications for racial/ethnic and gender diversity [Issue Paper, #23].
The U.S. military’s enlistees reflect the nation’s growing racial and ethnic diversity. Not so among the officers corps, and that’s a challenge for the Pentagon.
future military leaders. Developing future Army leaders requires flexibility It also involves asking questions and listening to the Soldiers that you lead."We tend to forget as senior leaders -- especially as a. CEO is a trend in best practices among the top 50 companies.
Overall, the chief diversity officer in 30% of companies report to the CEO. This is up from 5% approximately fiver years earlier. 9 Institute for Corporate Productivity.
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96B0 Disqualified Officer, Reasons Within Their Control. xii Officer Classification and the Future of Diversity Among Senior Military Leaders for no more than 65 percent of any one branch’s entry-level requirements to be filled from the top half of the OML.
Thus, cadets in the top half of the OML whose first choices are 65 per. With the right approach diversity can actually increase the military’s standards. I know that senior military leaders of that persuasion worked hard to get to their positions, but only the.
A Rand Corporation study (), “Officer Classification and the Future of Diversity Among Senior Military Leaders: A Case Study of the Army ROTC,” concluded that branching in ROTC presents a barrier to minority accessions in the Maneuver, Fires and Effects (MFE) branches18 because the process relies heavily on order of merit and.
The lack of diversity among combat arms officers is a strategic problem, however, because under the current Army construct, only combat arms officers become senior strategic leaders—senior, three- and four-star generals that serve as the chief of staff of the Army, corps commanders, or component combatant commanders.
Furthermore, the commission believed that an effective diversity program required a similar high-level focus on the issue from military officers, and it criticized the absence of any formal and direct links between the Army Diversity Office and the Office of Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1, and the U.S.
Army Training and Doctrine Command. Gender diversity among U.S. military officers also diverges from levels seen in the nation’s population.
Fifty-one percent of Americans are women, but. 3 Understanding the Military: The Institution, the Culture, and the People. noncombat situations.
Active component service members and their families live on or near military posts or bases and are essentially transient, expecting to move every three to five years, a circumstance virtually unheard of in the civilian workforce.
Duty locations are. Nelson Lim et al., Officer Classification and the Future of Diversity Among Senior Military Leaders: A Case Study of the Army ROTC (RAND Corp. ) diversity in the military‟s officer corps and hence the military‟s effectiveness as an institution.
Amici‟s. The U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy (USASMA) is acknowledged by military and civilian organizations as the world's premiere institution for the education of noncommissioned officers, is accredited as an academic Institution of Excellence, and is a direct reporting unit to Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC).
Facebook recently revealed their Diversity Report and shared some of their progress since the report’s inception in The company shared in a post that sincethe number of black. A. The U.S. military’s commitment to racial diversity in its leadership grew out of many decades of experience.
7 B. The post-Septem opera-tional environment underscores the Nation’s need for officer corps diversity. 9 C. Recent events reinforce the military’s.
What do military service members think about diversity — especially gender diversity — in their ranks? If the courts and top civilian and military leaders were to line up, attitudes among.First among the leaders profiled is Robert E.
Lee, one of McChrystal’s former heroes and, to this day, an icon at the U.S. Military Academy. On paper, Lee was the ideal leader. He excelled in every way possible for an Army officer in the decades before the Civil War.