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Back Surface Warfare Proficiency Knowledge Management Architecture
|Division||Research & Sponsored Programs|
|Department||NPS Naval Research Program|
|Investigator(s)||Nissen, Mark E.|
|Sponsor||NPS Naval Research Program (Navy)|
As a key tenet of readiness, it is important to know—tracking at the present time and forecasting through various future timeframes—measure, and understand unit level proficiency and individual career proficiency. As an example, this has been especially highlighted recently in trying to assess the proficiency of Surface Warfare Officer seamanship. This research seeks to develop a knowledge management (KM) approach to such measurement and understanding, enabling current tracking and future forecasting. The KM approach will be developed to enhance quality design characteristics such as intuitive operation, natural data entry, agility and global reach.
RQ1: What are the key factors that contribute to individual and unit readiness?
RQ2: How can such key factors be measured, tracked and forecasted?
RQ3: What kinds of readiness knowledge and information are required for intuitive yet reliable assessment?
RQ4: What kind of architecture can support a KM approach to measurement and understanding, enable current tracking and future forecasting, and enhance quality design characteristics such as intuitive operation, natural data entry, agility and global reach?
Deliverables will include a journal quality technical report, which may be submitted for publication, along with a draft KM architecture.
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