Career management : the key to peak performance

Bramley, Andrew Charles (2001-03)

Thesis (MBA)--Stellenbosch University, 2001.


In the rapidly changing job environment, and the pressure for productivity, career management is becoming a required core competency for all career occupants. The writer has provided a performance management framework in which to understand the key role of career management, and then provided both theoretical and operational models for managing career choice and management optimally, from both an individual and an organisational perspective. Career management has for many years been an appendage to performance appraisal systems. With a steady move away from formal employment to employability, it is increasingly important that both individuals and organisations address this area if they are to get the best out of people, and if career occupants are to find optimal job satisfaction and make an optimal contribution.

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