FURTHER DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SEAVEY PLANNING MODEL.
NAVAL PERSONNEL RESEARCH ACTIVITY SAN DIEGO CALIF
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The report describes the further development and implementation of a computerized model designed to assist in planning the periodic rotation of personnel from sea to shore duty referred to as SEAVEY. This model, the SEAVEY Planning Model, incorporates conceptual developments derived from the analysis of current planning procedures as well techniques and methods developed in this research. The model automates the computational procedures of rotation planning and summarizes the resultant data in a two part document which is designed to present to the SEAVEY planners all the mathematically based data necessary to make the decisions regarding rotation of personnel to shore. The model was successfully pre-tested and implemented in the Bureau of Naval Personnel in September 1967. Author
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations