SSD1 Mod 3
Flashcard maker : Lily Taylor
What are the four steps to the briefing process?
Analyze, construct, deliver, follow up
Which of the following includes steps followed by the construct a briefing stage?
Collecting material, select visual aids, arrange key points, establish wording
When delivering a briefing, volume and rate are classified under which area of consideration?
Motivation theory identifies which three needs as having special relevance for management?
Power, achievement, and ambition
The possession of control, authority, or influence over others is the definition for which term?
What are the stages of team formation?
Forming, storming, norming, and performing
Which rehearsal is used to determine how a subordinate leader intends to accomplish the mission?
The back brief
Which rehearsal produces the most detailed understanding of the mission?
Full dress rehearsal, terrain model
While rehearsing, I will placed observer can compromise the entire operation. Which site placement criterion considers this concern?
Which property would be classified as expendable?
What type of responsibility obliges a soldier to exercise reasonable and prudent actions to properly care for and provide proper custody and safekeeping for property in storage awaiting issue?
At which level does conflict occur between individuals who have some sort of relationship?
Which conflict management method requires all parties in a conflict situation to recognize the legitimate abilities and expertise of others in the process of resolution?
Integration and collaboration
What is the main goal of a six sigma implementation?
Which time is defined as an item or feature for which a customer is willing to pay?
Which of the following is a liability of the six Sigma process?
It may require a culture change within the organization
Which tool is most commonly used in the standard improvement model DMAIC, define phase?
Time value analysis
During which phase of the DMAIC is the sole purpose to demonstrate, with facts and data, that’s your solutions solve the problem?
Which principle of joint operations purpose is to concentrate the effects of combat power at the most advantageous place and time to produce decisive results?
Enemy of force
Support Army forces response to disaster or a damaging attack on the homeland, is governed by policies issued by which of the following?
The federal government
All functions in the department of defense and its component agencies are performed under the authority, direction, and control of which of the following?
The secretary of defense
Which of the following is a military courtesy?
Never criticize the army or leader in public
Which of the following is a qualification that all recruiters must have?
High moral character
The strength management program of the National Guard recruiting and retention mission includes how many basic tenets?
12 basic tenets
National Guard coding and retention NCO duties include which of the following?
Prepare prior service and non prior service enlistment packets in the army recruiting information support system
Which of the following groups is eligible to receive casualty assistance?
All honorably discharged soldiers
What is included in phase 1 of casualty assistance?
Initial contact and meeting