Army secretary directs new study aiming to improve talent management

By Jason Sherman  
February 15, 2019 at 3:57 PM
Army Secretary Mark Esper has directed an influential advisory panel to study how the service finds new soldiers, puts them to work and nurtures their careers to ensure a personnel management system is aligned with plans to modernize the force for future fights. On Jan. 4, Esper directed the Army Science Board to conduct a study on "Reforming Talent Management in the Army." The study aims to ensure the service is focused on what leaders frequently say is the Army's...

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