Cultural assumptions in career management: practice implications from Germany
Examines the influence of culture in shaping career models. The research follows the belief that career goals and work strategies are framed by certain presupposed expectations. These ideals are subject to cross-cultural differences because they are, in part, shaped by nationally grounded beliefs about the nature of work and organizational life. Qualitative data from German managers formed a descriptive basis for practice implications.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1997-07-01
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