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21X 329 - Organizational Alignment: Achieving Alignment

This course, formerly known as Topics in Production Excellence: Achieving Alignment, prepares leaders overseeing operations in areas such as flightlines, backshops, munitions storage areas, aerial ports, and storage and distribution centers, to have a basic understanding of the relationship between organizational alignment and the organizational change process. Toward this objective, the course looks at strategic drift, “Big Opportunity Statements”, and how to push successful change in an organization.

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Grade Restrictions: None

Special Requirements: This course is one of four on the subject of Organizational Alignment. It is not a replacement for LOG390, Achieving Organizational Alignment, but rather a tool for leaders to expand their team’s common vernacular and basic abilities on subjects covered in LOG390, until they are able to attend the in-person course.

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Delivery Method: e-Learning Course

Course Length: 4 hours

Event Type: Training (Functional, Technical)

Primary Audience: DAF logistics officers O-2 & above, enlisted E-5 & above, and civilians GS-9 & above (and equivalent)

CL Points: 4

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