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|Title: ||國軍後勤策略計劃基層執行者與非基層執行者 認知落差與執行滿意度之研究|
The Reasearch of Recognition Gap and the Execution Satisfaction between Primary Executors and Non-Primary Executors for the ROC Armed Force’s Logistics Strategy Plan
|Contributors: ||陳清燿 博士|
the ROC Armed Force’s Logistics Strategy Plan
|Issue Date: ||2011-05-23 15:59:29 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract: ||國防部於2000年首次訂定「國軍後勤策略計畫」，提出後勤10 大缺失優先改進項目，並研擬後勤策略5大方針革新作為。惟執行迄今近 10 年，面對持續性的組織精簡及兵力結構調整，上揭目標是否達到預期的成果，實值得深入探討。
The Department of Defense first established “the ROC Armed Force’s Logistics Strategy Plan”in 2000. It stated 10 recommendations for improving logistics support and planned 5 initiatives along with 27 action items for reform. Nevertheless,the plan has been carrying out for 10 years. We face continuing organization simplification and modification of armed forces structure so it is worthy of deep discussion that whether we are able to accomplish the expected result.
This research is first aiming at naval primary executors and the Department of Defense’s non-primary Executors by using quantification questionnaires. The research focusing on those who has been carrying out the plan until now searches for the recognition gap between satisfaction and importance.By the result of research,we expect to bring out concrete suggestions to The Department of Defense.
The conclution is following:
First,to participants,importance is significantly more important than satisfaction in all research aspect.It shows that there is a prominent difference among participants’recognition,ideal and reality.
Second,in different staffs’properties,there exists only in unit(primary and non-primary)that there is significant difference between the 10 recommendations for improving logistics support and 5 initiatives for logistics strategy.
Third,there is remarkable relevance between the 10 recommendations for improving logistics support and 5 initiatives for logistics strategy.
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