Research Summaries

Back Development of Business Cases Relating to Army Forces Generation (ARFORGEN) for Use in the Cost Management Certificate Course (CMCC)

Fiscal Year 2012
Division Graduate School of Business & Public Policy
Department Graduate School of Business & Public Policy
Investigator(s) Kang, Keebom
Sponsor Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Financial Management & Comptroller) (Army)
Summary U.S. Army Regulation 525-29 states, "The ARFORGEN process is the Army's core process for force generation. It is the structured progression of unit readiness over time to produce trained, ready, and cohesive units prepared for operational deployment in support of the combatant commander and other Army requirements." The central objective of the proposed project is therefore to develop teaching materials for use in week 2 (Operations Management) and week 3 (Cost Management) of the CMCC program so that the student can develop a clear understanding of the ARFORGEN process and the challenges associated with its implementation.
Keywords Force Generation, Operations Management, Business Case Analysis (BCA), Cost Management Certificate Course
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