Syeda Maryam Zaidi
Sir Abuzer Wajidi
08th June 2010
Faculty of Administrative Sciences
University of Karachi
TABLE OF CONTENTS
2. STUDY OBJECTIVES
3. METHODOLOGY AND RESEARCH DESIGN
4. THE CAREER MANAGEMENT PROCSS
a. Objectives & goals
b. Career management stages
• The exploration stage
• The establishment stage
• Mid- Career stage
• Decline Stage
c. Career management largely an individual's responsibility d. Challenge for HR - matching career aspirations with business need e. Career management value proposition for an organization
Career is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as an individual's "course or progress through life (or a distinct portion of life)". It is usually considered to pertain to remunerative work (and sometimes also formal education). The word career covers all types of employment ranging from semi-skilled through skilled, and semi professional to professional. In recent years, however, career now refers to changes or modifications in employment during the foreseeable future Career Management
Career Management is the combination of structured planning and the active management choice of one's own professional career. It includes
1. Development of overall goals and objectives,
2. Development of a strategy (a general means to accomplish the selected goals/objectives), 3. Development of the specific means (policies, rules, procedures and activities) to implement the strategy, and 4. Systematic evaluation of the progress toward the achievement of the selected goals/objectives to modify the strategy, if necessary.
The ongoing process whereby the employee obtains
• Knowledge of employment opportunities;
• Develop career goals
• Develop a strategy
• Implement and experiment
Career planning is a subset of career management. Career planning applies the concepts of Strategic planning and Marketing to taking charge of one's professional future. The outcome of successful career management should include personal fulfillment, work/life balance, goal achievement and financial assurity.
• To understand the career management process
• To find out the role of individual in career management & how an individual make this process better. • To know the organizational role I the process of career management Today with intense competition everywhere, coupled with economic changes, companies are aggressively pursuing the strategies for downsizing, outsourcing, and synergy through alliances. Pursuing strategies that result in loss of jobs is a distressing experience - both for those who get the axe and the people who are still with the company. It is in context of this corporate reality that career management assume more significance
Methodology and Research Design
The study attempts to understand the organization & individual role in managing the career stages through which an average individual passes. The research methodology, which I have chosen, is deductive in which primary data collected by Questionnaire which is composed have close ended and open ended questions & secondary data is collect by means of net & libraries. The Career Management process
The process begins with the goal setting then further stages making is shape.
The career management process begins with setting goals/objectives. A relatively specific goal...
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