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AIR leverages our expertise in individual, team, and organizational performance to design programs, improve and validate systems and processes and implement and assess organizational changes. AIR develops interventions to improve employee recruitment and retention, assesses organizational climate and employee engagement and conducts occupational analyses to provide a foundation for workforce planning and other management applications. We help our clients ensure that their employees know and apply professional standards of practice to their work to support mission performance.
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AIR developed an organizational climate survey for the Army Medical Command that served as a tool for enhancing the effectiveness of MEDCOM personnel as they performed their daily duties in the U.S. and abroad.
The U.S. Army identified the retention of qualified personnel as a key component of its personnel management strategy, and therefore ARI established a research program on Strategies to Enhance Retention. This program, called “STAY,” sought to improve both enlisted and officer retention, with the AIR work focused specifically on improving the retention of the Army’s junior, company-grade officers beyond the first active duty service obligation (ADSO).
AIR worked with the National Center for Language and Culture Research (NCLCR) to translate and market commissioned academic research into usable products to support the performance of government language professionals.
This study examined the effects of experience on the degree to which various team behavior characteristics were weighted in a team member's perception of team behavior importance. In general, the results supported the hypothesis that experience would moderate the extent to which team members weighted different team behavior characteristics when making judgments of overall team behavior importance.