Comparative Studies of Organizational Factors in Military Maintenance
Technical rept. 1 Jul-30 Sep 1977
PERCEPTRONICS INC WOODLAND HILLS CA
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This report describes a comparative analysis of organizational factors in maintenance. The research program objectives centered on the identification of organizational policies, practices and procedures that act as incentives, andor disincentives for providing cost-effectiveness maintenance in the military. The approach was to 1 survey organizational factors in maintenance 2 compare U. S. military and U. S. civilian groups maintaining an equivalent high technology system 3 organize and analyze field data to identify organizational factors that contribute to good and bad system performance and 4 make specific recommendations and formulate guidelines based on the experimental and analytical results to improve maintenance system performance.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics