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									                       HQ AFMC


Developing, Fielding, and Sustaining America’s Aerospace Force


     INTRODUCTION TO WORKFORCE
            DEVELOPMENT
             (PDF & PSCM Immersion Training)


                         Lorna Estep
            Deputy Director for Supply Management


     Integrity - Service - Excellence

                            Page 1
                        Topics


 Purpose


 The LCCEP Workforce Strategy


 About PDF


 PSCM Immersion Training


                            Page 2
                        The “People Side”
                        of Transformation
“There is a lot of talk about
transformation out there today…
 It is not just all about technology; it
is about relationships. It is about the
commitment of our people to do
things in new and different ways.”

CSAF Gen John Jumper



     PSCM Immersion               “ We must tailor the force to what the world
  Training is designed to:         needs the Air Force to do, not what we are in
                                                the habit of doing”
 Tailor work force skills &
                                                    CSAF Gen John Jumper
 gain commitment to the
AF Supply Transformation                            Blue Summit, 1 Feb 05


                                           Page 3
                                      SMA Balanced Scorecard

                              Sustainment Mission Area (SMA) Balanced Scorecard

                Warfighter                Logistics Process             Resource Planning    Innovation & Learning
Goals




            Improve         Improve      Reduce e2e   Integrate the         Cost-Effective     Build a      Develop a
          supply mat’l     Customer      Cycle Time      Supply             Supply Chain      Flexible &   Strategically
           availability   Satisfaction                  Chain e2e            Operations      Empowered       Focused
                                                                                              Workforce     Workforce
Level 1




          Customer          Time          Source                             MSD Cost        Workforce     Workforce
 KPIs




          Wait Time        Definite        Cycle          Data               per Flying      Proficiency   Feedback
                           Delivery        Time         Integrity              Hour                         Scores
          MICAP Hrs

           Aircraft
                                                      Integration
          Availability




                                                            Active KPI

                                                            Future KPI
                                                               Page 4
                        Topics


 Purpose


 The LCCEP Workforce Strategy


 About PDF


 PSCM Immersion Training



                            Page 5
                   LCCEP Workforce Strategy

Objective: Construct a strategic workforce plan for the „new‟ supply chain
                            professionals inherent in PSCM
Scope                                                 Approach
 A Development Framework for Supply Chain             Perform a Current Environment Analysis
  Professionals
                                                       Develop an initial Professional Development
     •   Competencies and capabilities                  Framework for Supply Chain Professionals
     •   Certifications                                Perform Workforce and skills/competencies
     •   Progressions                                   gap analysis

 A Workforce Strategy for Supply Chain                Develop a Workforce Strategy and Plan for
  Professionals                                         Supply Chain Professionals and Leaders

     •   People Strategy including career
         path templates and development
         strategies
     •   Integrated professional education
     •   Leadership Development


                                             Page 6
                                Ideas Behind
                              Workforce Strategy
                               Key Business Drivers Influence
                                 Workforce Requirements

         Force
                                                                             PSCM
      Development
                                  Workforce
- Significantly changing           Strategy                     - Business oriented approach to
                                                                  Logistics Sustainment Operations
  leadership and career
                                                                - Improving availability and reducing
  development philosophy,
  methodology and training;                                       cost for sustainment operations
                                                                - Building flexible and empowered
- Closely aligning military
  and civilian career                                             workforce
  development methods.                                          - Developing strategically focused
                                                                  workforce
                                                                - Implementing new jobs and roles
                                                                  from FY04 – FY08



                                             Page 7
                       Overall Impacts of PSCM

• New PSCM jobs require varied degree of change
   - Some existing skills will adapt to new PSCM processes
   - Some will be distinctively different with new skill and             New Jobs
     capability requirements


• Six (6) Critical Capabilities have been identified from
  PSCM Re-engineering Study & codified in PSCM
  position descriptions                                               Key Capabilities
    - Analysis & Assessment     - Problem Solving
    - Communications            - Decision Making
    - Planning & Evaluating     - Leadership


• New supply chain environment will require:                          Targeted Training
       - New career development processes and tools
       - Targeted training at both skill level and capability level


                                                Page 8
                          PSCM Job Impacts
• New jobs defined by PSCM are linked to existing AF job series
• Some jobs will maintain basic skill requirements, but require those skills to
  be applied to new business processes (1102, 2005, 801-895, 897-899)
• Some jobs, even though linked to an existing series, are distinctively
  different and will require new skills and capabilities (2010, 346, 1101, 301)

                   1102 Procurement Specialist
                                                      2010 Item Manager / SCM
                   2005 Supply Technician
                                                      346 Logistics Mgmt Specialist
                   801 Engineer / Tech
                                                 Degree of Change
         560 Budget Analyst
         1670 Equipment Specialist                               1101 General Business
         1515 Operations Research                                301 Program Support
         896 Industrial & Operations
            Engineer

                                            Page 9
         Developing Our Workforce To Meet
            the Changing Environment


 Professionalize our logistics workforce… enhance the
  skill level and capabilities of logistics professionals
 Provide clear career path roadmaps for success in our
  business
 Provide a tool for management assessment for an
  individual and provide each individual with a planning
  tool for career development
 Respond to employee desire for credentialing


                           Page 10
                        Topics

 Purpose


 The LCCEP Workforce Strategy


 About PDF


 PSCM Immersion Training



                            Page 11
                  The Professional
               Development Framework

 PDF is a career development tool used to track and support
        efforts to professionalize the Logistics workforce

 PDF will be used to:

   •   Enable managers to more deliberately assist employees in
       planning their careers

   •   Enable individuals to proactively plan their professional
       development in line with the AF overall mission, goals and
       objectives

   •   Establish credentialing processes and criteria for logistics
       professionals

                                  Page 12
              Professional Development
                     Framework
 PDF is NOT used for:

  •   Promotions or job selection

  •   Ranking of candidates

  •   Replacement of the Whole Person Score (WPS)

  •   Multi-Skilling

  •   An annual exercise

  •   A civilian personnel managed process
                               Page 13
                         Professional Development
                             Framework (PDF)
Core
                                                            Logistics Profession
                                                            Logistics Profession
                                                                      Tactical   Operational       Strategic
Competencies
Developed across                   Leadership Mission
                                   AF Vision /
                                    Airmanship
four ranges of                     Relationship                                                                   AF Enduring
capability in the      Core        Business
                                    Business
                                                                                                                 Competencies
following areas: Competencies      Decision Making
                                   Relationship
 - Leadership
                                    Relationship
                                   Communications
 - Relationship                    Leadership
                                   AF Vision / Mission
 - Decision Making                                                                                             Dimension
                                   Business
 - Communications                                                                                              Capabilities
 - AF Vision / Mission     LEVEL       1                2      3         4       5             6
                                                                                                               Developed
 - Business                        Logistics Readiness
                                   Supply
                                                                                                               across six levels of
                                   Transportation
                                   Maintenance
                                   Maintenance                                                                 capability for:
                                   Transportation (Civilian)
                                   Supply (Civilian)
                                    Program Management
                                                                                                               - Logistics Readiness
                   Dimension
                                   Transportation (Civilian)
                                   Product Support
                                                                                                               - Maintenance
                   Capabilities
                                   Logistics Planning
                                                                                                               - Supply (C)
                                   Logistics Planning (Civilian)                                               - Transportation (C)
                                   Contracting (Sustainment)                                                   - Logistics Planning (C)
                                   Product Support / Industrial                                                - Contracting
                                   Program Management / Acquisition                                            - Program Mgt / Industrial
                                                                                                               - Product Support /
Skills
                                                                                                                 Acquisition
Records employee                   Weapons Systems
skills used for          Skills    Process
maintaining and
enhancing skills in                Tools & Methods
their current position             Enablement
                                                                   Page 14
                         Development Process
                               Spirals

                                             A Proven & Repeatable Process
                                             • Other Logistics Specialties
                                             • Other Functional Areas




  Supply                                                                     Other Professions
Dimension                                                                     Via their Career
 (PSCM)                                                                          Councils
     Contracting
     Dimension                                                              Transportation
                                                                            Transportation
       (PSCM)      Logistics                                    Program
                                                                 Program      Dimension
                                                   Product                    Dimension
                    Planning   Maintenance                    Management
                                                               Management
                                                   Support     Dimension
                   Dimension    Dimension                       Dimension
                                                  Dimension


                                             Page 15
           Materiel Support Division
               FY05 Work Force
      301 Program
                            5xx, 91          3xx, 138
      Support, 218
                                                   Other, 312
   346 Logistics
  Mgt Specialists,                                                   3,221 Total
       365                                                          MSD Funded
                                                                     Personnel



8xx, 290

                                                                2010 Item Mgrs,
                                                                      758

 1101 Production                                              1670 Equip
  Mgt Specs, 247                                            Specialists, 404

               1102 -1105                    1515 Ops
             Contracting, 393              Research Spec,
                                                 5

                                 Page 16
                   Assessment Process

                                                 Manager
                                               reviews and
               Assessor                         approves
             reviews and                         package
              approves –                                                 Employee
            sends to panel                                              submits PDF
                                                                          package
                             Assessment
                             Process for                                                                Foundation
                                                                                                                     Logistics Profession
                                                                                                                            Experienced   Advanced       Executive
                                                                                       Airmanship




                                PDF                                      Core
                                                                      Capabilities
                                                                                       Business


                                                                                       Relationship




                                                      Manager
                                                                                       Leadership


                                                                               LEVEL            1            2         3         4        5          6
                                                                                       Supply

                                                                                       Maintenance




                                                    communicates
                                                                                       Transportation
                                                                      Dimension
                                                                                       Contracting (Sustainment)
                                                                      Capabilities
                                                                                       Program Management

                                                                                       Product Support

                                                                                       Logistics Planning




                                                      results to
                                                                             OVERALL LEVEL
                                                                                                 1            2         3         4       5          6




Standing             Panel                                             Functional
                                                                                       Weapons Systems


                                                                                       Process




                                                      employee
                                                                         Skills
                                                                                       Tools & Methods




panel for          evaluates                                                           Enablement




first two         package and                                            Core &
  years             assigns                    Results given           Dimension
                   capability                   to Manager             Capability
                     levels                                              Levels
                                                                   Mirrors Proposed
                                                                    CDP Process!

                                     Page 17
                 Professional Credentialing
                Requirements (LCCEP Pilot)
Immersion Training Contains 100 % of the required Supply        Experience at
 Dimension Training for Journeyman and Senior Logistician      Multiple Locations
                                                               Advanced Level
                                   Experienced Level
      Immersion Training Contains 80% of the required Supply Dimension Training
                                                           Core Competencies
                                  Core Competencies
      For Master Logistician                                    Including
                                    including Required
           Foundation Level                                    Required Training
                                           Training
          Core Competencies Training Contains 40% of the required Core
                  Immersion
                                     Level 4 in One PDF        Level 5 in One PDF
               Including
                  Competency training for Journeyman and Senior Logistician
                                    Dimension Including       Dimension Including
           Required Training                                    Required Training
                                     Required Training
           Level 3 in One PDF                                         PLUS
               Dimension                    PLUS
                                        Level 3 in a             Level 3 in TWO
                Including                                       other Dimensions
            Required Training        Second Dimension

                                     Bachelors Degree          Masters Degree
          24 Hours of Business

               20 Hours of              20 Hours of                20 Hours of
          Continuing Education     Continuing Education       Continuing Education
              Supervisor                Supervisor                 Supervisor
             Endorsement               Endorsement                Endorsement

          Journeyman                    Senior                     Master
          Logistician                 Logistician                Logistician
                                      Page 18
                             PDF Benefits

                                                            • Workforce skills and
                                                              capabilities aligned with
                                                              Command goals and
                                                              objectives
                             • Training priorities at the
                               unit level                   • Workforce with depth and
                                                              breadth of capabilities
• Provide a clear, career    • Management
  path roadmap for success     involvement in career
                               development
• Career development and
  assessment tool            • Common language
                               across the unit
• Understand how he/she
  “fits in” to the overall
  logistics business




Individual perspective       Unit perspective               Workforce perspective

                                       Page 19
               Key Points of the PDF


• Professionalizing the logistics career is critical to
  achievement of our future mission
• Civilian Force Development and Logistics Competencies
  linked to the PDF
• Leadership is accountable for development and part of
  the balanced score card measures

                    Employee participation is
                          voluntary

                              Page 20
                        Topics


 Purpose


 The LCCEP Workforce Strategy


 About PDF


 PSCM Immersion Training



                          Page 21
            PSCM Immersion Training:
              What Does It Mean?


 Broad understanding of PSCM Transformation
  •   Part of the workforce transition support strategy
 Aid in Professionalizing the logistics career
  workforce
 Help to satisfy training associated with Core
  Supply Capabilities in the Professional
  Development Framework


                           Page 22
              Benefits of Immersion
                     Training
 Better understanding of transformation and future of
  Supply
 Enhanced skills in both Dimensional Capabilities and Core
  Competencies
 Long term - better able to manage new roles in PSCM
 9 week schedule ensures employees ability to complete
  the training in a compressed time
 Employees receive large portion of training required for
  credentialing
 Employees do not have to take classes a la cart

                            Page 23
           PSCM Immersion Training


Content: 22 Core & Supply dimension courses
Audience: 3,350 MSD funded employees (all functions)
Where: Each ALC and HQ, AFMC (no TDY required)
When: 1st Quarter FY06 – FY09
Schedule: 75 people/qtr per ALC – 3 concurrent classes of 25
Length: 9 week session
Mission Impact: Mitigated via contract backfills
Instruction: Professional contract instructors
Course ROE OPR: HQs AFMC
                                          Immersion Training for
                                        AFMC/LG will be completed
                                                by 2006

                             Page 24
                  PSCM Training Execution

    FY06        FY07        FY08      FY09
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3
25    25     25    25    25
HQ AFMC

25    75    75    75    75     75     75      75        75     75     75     75     75     75   75
HILL AFB


25    75    75    75    75      75    75      75        75     75     75     75     75     75 75
ROBINS AFB


25    75    75    75    75     75     75      75        75     75     75      75     75    75 75
TINKER AFB                              Total Trained


100   350   600   850   1100   1325   1550   1775       2000   2225   2450   2675   2900   3125 3350


                                       Page 25
Notional 9-week Training Schedule

                                    Columbus Day


                                    Veteran’s Day


                                     Thanksgiving
                                        (2 days)



                                    New Years Day



                                       MLK Day



                                    President’s Day



                                     Memorial Day


                                Independence Day
                                        (2 days)



                                      Labor Day
                     Course Curriculum
                (Note: courses underlined are tested)

         Core Capabilities                          Dimension Capabilities
 You and the Air Force Mission
                                               Supply Chain and the System
 Logistics in the 21st Century                Root Cause Analysis
   •eLog21 & PSCM Overview
                                               Inventory Analysis
 Process Improvement Overview                 Forecasting / Demand Planning
 Change Management Basics                     Market Research
 Analysis Techniques                          Contracting for Supply
 Fundamentals of Relationship Mgmt            SRM

 Focus on the Customer                        Strategic Sourcing
                                                  •Commodity   Councils & PBL
 Problem Solving/Decision Making
                                               CRM
 Metrics and the Balanced Score
  Card                                         Maintenance for Supply
                                               Case Study
 Understanding Financial
  Management
 Data as a Strategic Resource      Page 27
                  Immersion Training:
                  Rules of Engagement

 It is very important to choose the most convenient 9 week
  time slot for yourself
 Attendance:
  • Emergency Leave is granted through normal process
      Scheduling is critical – limited flexibility to complete
       training for 3,350 people
  • If absent from class because of emergency– the employee is
    responsible for catching up and preparing for the test


                Classroom participation is required

                               Page 28
                    Immersion Training:
                    Rules of Engagement
                           cont‟d
 Tests will be conducted for critical class modules
   •   70% score is passing
         Ensures students grasp key concepts needed for performance
         Validates training materials and delivery
             Employees have access to graded test for review

   •   Supervisors will only be notified if a student scores less
       than 70%
         Employee will retake failed module until he/she passes
             Schedule retake with supervisors
                 Supervisors will be encouraged to be supportive
         No impact on job retention or performance appraisal


                                Page 29
                        Summary


 PSCM Immersion Training addresses transformation needs
 Consistent with AFMC/AF Work Force Development goals
 Provides employees with new skills
 Satisfies 80% of the training associated with Supply
  Dimension in Professional Credentialing
 Satisfies 40% of the training associated with Core
  Competencies in Professional Credentialing
 Unprecedented investment in developing our workforce


                            Page 30
Questions
BACKUPS
  Page 32
                       Core Competency Detail
   Leadership            Relationship       Decision Making       AF Mission /
                                                                     Vision       Business
Core Competencies      Core Competencies   Core Competencies
   Inspire Trust       Influence through    Exercise Sound         Mission &        Risk
                            Win/Win           Judgment              Vision       Management
Lead Courageously           Solutions
Drive Performance                          Adapt and Perform      Organization    Contracting
                       Mentor/Coach for     Under Pressure        & Structure      Concepts
     Promote              Growth &
  Collaboration &         Success             Assess Self          Air Force       Financial
       Trust                                         Leadership    Doctrine        Analysis
 Shape Institution        Partner to
Strategy & Direction   Maximize Results                           Core Values      Personnel
                                                                                 Administration
 Command Org. &                             Communication
 Mission Success                            Core Competency                       Leveraging
                                                                                  Information
 Embrace & Lead                                                                   Technology
    Change                                  Foster Effective
                                            Communications
  Drive Execution                                                                   Cost
                                                                                 Management
 Attract, Retain &
  Develop Talent



                                           Page 33

								
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