WAYS TO IMPROVE CAMPAIGN SERVICES IN ORDER TO MOTIVATE HUMAN RESOURCES WITHIN A MECHANIZED BRIGADE
The participation of the Romanian military in missions in the theaters of international operations represented a new national operational effort implied by Romania's accession to NATO. The necessary logistical support is provided to contingents participating in missions in accordance with the functional areas of logistics (supply, field services, lifecycle support of materials and equipment, movement and transport, maintenance of equipment and related areas). Campaign services are a key area in terms of motivating human resources, as they cover the primary needs of each military participant in the operation. The art of motivating members of an organization for its common goals or in other words the ability to make other people work with you and for you is crucial to success and is, without a doubt, one of the main areas of responsibility of managers. Military commanders are constantly concerned with identifying and implementing modern measures to modernize field services so that the combatant has that motivating physical and mental comfort to support him/her in accomplishing the mission.
Keywords: campaign services; motivation; human resource; mechanized brigade.
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