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Bohdziewicz Piotr (Uniwersytet Łódzki)
Tytuł
Współczesne kariery zawodowe : od modelu biurokratycznego do przedsiębiorczego
Modern Career Models : From Bureaucracy to Entrepreneurship
Źródło
Zarządzanie Zasobami Ludzkimi, 2010, nr 3-4, s. 39-56, rys., tab., bibliogr. 61 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Kariera zawodowa, Sukces zawodowy, Typy karier, Informatycy
Professional career, Career success, Types of careers, Computer scientists
Uwagi
streszcz., summ.
Abstrakt
Przeobrażenia zachodzące we współczesnej gospodarce powodują m.in. głębokie zmiany modeli i mechanizmów realizowania karier zawodowych. Tradycyjny typ kariery zawodowej realizowany był w ramach jednej (lub niewielu) organizacji, a strategia karierowa była oparta na modelu biurokratycznym i polegała na spełnianiu przez jednostkę odgórnie zdefiniowanych formalnych wymogów awansu stanowiskowego. Współcześnie kształtuje się nowy typ kariery zawodowej. Ich trajektorie zawierają wiele tranzycji międzyorganizacyjnych, a także tranzycji do nowych specjalności i form zatrudnienia. Badania przeprowadzone wśród polskich informatyków wykazały, że w tej grupie zawodowej kariery nowego typu są realizowane przede wszystkim przez najmłodsze generacje specjalistów. Można się jednak spodziewać, że w najbliższych latach nowe wzory karier zawodowych będą się upowszechniać i gruntować nie tylko wśród polskich specjalistów IT , ale procesy te stopniowo obejmować będą także inne zawodowe rynki pracy. Niewątpliwie zjawisko to będzie stanowiło trudne wyzwanie dla organizacji XXI wieku. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The traditional career develops within one or several organizations. On the other hand, trajectories of a new type of career involve many transitions between organizations, as well as transitions to new specializations and forms of employment (i.e. boundaryless careers). As demonstrated by surveys conducted among Polish IT specialists, in the case of this group of professionals, the new-type careers are primarily pursued by the younger generations of specialists. Nevertheless, this new approach can be expected to spread and consolidate over upcoming years not only among Polish IT specialists, but also in other job markets. This phenomenon will undoubtedly pose a difficult challenge for organizations in the twenty-first century. (original abstract)
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