Weaknesss And Strengths To Affect The Pk Organization

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had over 20,000 participants that took the assessment. The scoring is based on a normative score system based on the participants answers to which a standard score was derived. The standard score uses a mean of 50 and a standard deviation of +/- 10 points. My score was considered good if I was +/- 10 to the mean (M) norm. I required improvement if I was +/- 11-14 over M, and significant improvement was needed for a score of +/- 15 over M. Secondly, the Personality Plus book looks at four personalities based on strengths and weaknesses through a 160 word assessment test. The four major personalities are popular sanguine, perfect melancholy, powerful choleric, and peaceful phlegmatic. The short definitions of each are:
Popular sanguine
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I am briefly laying out and using a Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats (SWOT) analysis to understand the PKX organization and assess my leadership.
In short, the best leaders identify problems then solve them. Henry Ford said “Thinking is the hardest work there is. That’s why so few people engage in it.”
I am going to use some basic questions to assess the organization and then some up the SWOT against my personal contribution to the
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What is the “strategic personality” of PKX such as the mission, vision, and how the organization is meeting its goals? Basic summary of the PK mission and vision is to buy weaponry, services and operational capability as affordably as possible in order to safeguard the taxpayer dollar. “You got it we bought it” PKX’s specific mission is unwritten, but is to provide support, workforce development, and resource management to the entire PK enterprise to include AFLCMC, AFTC, AFRL, NWC, and all other tenant organizations. PKX is organized strategically to essentially be a customer service entity to the PK organization.
2. What is the organizational structure and, within your means to affect change, is the organization structured correctly to meet its goals. I believe the PKX organization is structured correctly based on its current workload/mission. May be able to expand the organization in the future based on other opportunities, such as implementing a close out team or increased number of personnel or scope of support for other

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