The final day of Modern Day Marine 2022 brought insights on the way ahead for human performance and talent management initiatives in the Marine Corps. Attendees listened in on two significant panel discussions and heard the latest updates on Talent Management 2030 and Training and Education 2030.
These presentations were closely linked to the topics addressed on the first two days of Modern Day Marine: Force Design 2030, and the supporting concept of Stand-In Forces. The Marine Corps needs smart, mature Marines in order to close kill chains faster than the nation’s adversaries. This is why Gen. Berger has made his second and third priorities Talent Management 2030 – to recruit and retain smart, mature Marines – and Training and Education Command 2030 – to keep those Marines smart and mature.
U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Gen. David Ottignon, Deputy Commandant for Manpower and Reserve Affairs, led the first panel series of the day on Talent Management 2030. Ottignon…
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