Career success across 11 countries: implications for international human resource management

Y. Shen, B. Demel, J. Unite, J. P. Briscoe, D. T. Hall, K. Chudzikowski, W. Mayrhofer, R. Abdul-Ghani, B. Bogicevic Milikic, O. Colorado, Z. Fei, M. Las Heras, E. Ogliastri, A. Pazy, J. M L Poon, D. Shefer, Mami Taniguchi, J. Zikic

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This qualitative study examines perceived meanings of career success across 11 countries. The results show that people define career success in ways that enrich and illuminate the basic dichotomy of objective and subjective career success and establish their relative strengths across countries. Juxtaposing our data with human resource management (HRM) practices, we contribute to the universalist versus contextualist debate in HRM by adding the career management angle. We shed light on the relative importance of cultural and institutional factors for HRM in the area of careers and add a global perspective to the discussion about agentic careers. In our discussion we offer practical suggestions for multinational companies including how to individualize HRM to address diverse views of career success.

元の言語English
ページ(範囲)1753-1778
ページ数26
ジャーナルInternational Journal of Human Resource Management
26
発行部数13
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出版物ステータスPublished - 2015 7 20

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Human resource management
Career success
International human resource management
Industry

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Management of Technology and Innovation
  • Strategy and Management
  • Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management

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Shen, Y., Demel, B., Unite, J., Briscoe, J. P., Hall, D. T., Chudzikowski, K., ... Zikic, J. (2015). Career success across 11 countries: implications for international human resource management. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26(13), 1753-1778. https://doi.org/10.1080/09585192.2014.962562

Career success across 11 countries : implications for international human resource management. / Shen, Y.; Demel, B.; Unite, J.; Briscoe, J. P.; Hall, D. T.; Chudzikowski, K.; Mayrhofer, W.; Abdul-Ghani, R.; Bogicevic Milikic, B.; Colorado, O.; Fei, Z.; Las Heras, M.; Ogliastri, E.; Pazy, A.; Poon, J. M L; Shefer, D.; Taniguchi, Mami; Zikic, J.

:: International Journal of Human Resource Management, 巻 26, 番号 13, 20.07.2015, p. 1753-1778.

研究成果: Article

Shen, Y, Demel, B, Unite, J, Briscoe, JP, Hall, DT, Chudzikowski, K, Mayrhofer, W, Abdul-Ghani, R, Bogicevic Milikic, B, Colorado, O, Fei, Z, Las Heras, M, Ogliastri, E, Pazy, A, Poon, JML, Shefer, D, Taniguchi, M & Zikic, J 2015, 'Career success across 11 countries: implications for international human resource management', International Journal of Human Resource Management, 巻. 26, 番号 13, pp. 1753-1778. https://doi.org/10.1080/09585192.2014.962562
Shen, Y. ; Demel, B. ; Unite, J. ; Briscoe, J. P. ; Hall, D. T. ; Chudzikowski, K. ; Mayrhofer, W. ; Abdul-Ghani, R. ; Bogicevic Milikic, B. ; Colorado, O. ; Fei, Z. ; Las Heras, M. ; Ogliastri, E. ; Pazy, A. ; Poon, J. M L ; Shefer, D. ; Taniguchi, Mami ; Zikic, J. / Career success across 11 countries : implications for international human resource management. :: International Journal of Human Resource Management. 2015 ; 巻 26, 番号 13. pp. 1753-1778.
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