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MILITARY MANAGERS IN THE JOINT MILITARY-CIVIL SERVICE ORGANIZATION.
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
The purpose of this research paper is to 1 investigate some of the management problems and personnel conflicts that exist in a joint military-civil service organization 2 review the literature on how a manager or supervisor in any organization handles similar problems 3 obtain first hand information from senior naval officers and senior civil service employees on these issues and, 4 summarize the information in hopes that conclusions can be reached that will assist naval officers in better understanding these problems and in developing more effective management techniques and procedures to deal with them. Even though the investigation and conclusions of this paper will apply, in general, to any joint military-civil service organization, primary interest will be in Navy organizations where Civil Engineer Corps CEC Officers are supervising civil service employees. Author