This paper will focus assessing the position of a management analyst with in the business management office of Joint Forces Warfighting Center. It will look at the goal setting system, performance evaluation and workplace rewards with impacting productivity. It will further identify the task and responsibilities of a management analyst. It will examine the rewards organization wide to determine whether they are effective. It will also explore the goals of the organization.
Redesign and Rewards
Organizations are presented with the challenge of recruiting and retaining quality and productive personnel to maintain their workforce. Organizations are in constant pursuit of new avenues to keep their employees satisfied in order to employ greater productivity and initiatives while keeping the stream of motivation flowing throughout. A major challenge within Joint Forces Warfighting Center is the component of contract employees who do not work directly for the organization. The involvement of contract employees at Joint Forces Warfighting Center makes it harder to maintain organization because of constraints of contracts. However, the focus of building a strong front motivated and driven to excel is not lost. Joint Forces Warfighting Center is committed to excellence. They have moved to restructuring their business alignment for contract heavy to government. They have also recognized within their government employee structure 40% of government civilians could retire now and within 5 years that number will rise to about 60%.
Meanwhile, the joint training functions are growing in scope and complexity and the demand for capabilities across an expanding number of interagency. These are unsustainable circumstances that demand a strategic approach to workforce management, addressing the ways of recruiting, developing, motivating and rewarding employees.
Human Capital Strategy
In reports published in 2001 and 2009, the Government Accountability...