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专业职能广度与职涯管理的关连性研究

【中文摘要】:从研究资料整理中,发现台湾目前职能的领域大多集中在某些特殊职务、管
理层级或是特定职能量表的建立上;对于职涯规划的研究非常多,包括针对个人职涯发展的探讨、个人职涯管理与组织职涯管理配合的探讨,但对于在职涯发展的过程中,专业职能广度如何发展并影响个人或组织,少有研究探讨。
本研究收集相关文献,藉由对专业职能与职涯发展的探讨,让雇主、员工及
未来员工(学生)对职涯发展及专业能力的关联有更深远的观察。 并辅以访谈业界高阶主管,了解实务上专业职能广度对职涯发展的影响,期望发现一套对组织及个人职涯管理都实用的运作模式。根据研究结果显示,多项专业有助于个人职涯发展,组织亦可透过工作轮调来培养储备人才的跨功能专业职能。显而易见的是,跨专业人才将成为未来职场的主要趋势。
【英文摘要】:Current studies around competence in Taiwan mostly focus on that in relation to certain skilled professions, management levels or the establishment of specific competence scales. There are many researches related to career planning, including individual career management and the combination of individual career management and organizational career management. However, there are few discussions regarding how the breadth of professional competence develops and influences individuals or organizations during career development.
This research collected data for each construct from various sources and provide a different viewpoint to employer, employees and future employees (students) with the relationship between career development and professional competence. Based on seveal interviews with managerial supervisors, this research hopes to provide a deeper investigation of how professional competence influence on career development and figure out a practical pattern for organization and invidual career management.
According to the research result, the characteristic of multi- professional
competencies would contribute to individual career management. And organizations could train and develop management associates’ cross-function professional competencies by job rotation.It is obvious that talents with multi- professional competencies will lead the trend in future work place.
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  • 来源:中山大学;作者:程建智
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