روایت‌پژوهی در تجارب مسیرشغلی مدیران‌موفق

نویسندگان

1 دکتری مدیریت رفتار سازمانی، دانشکده مدیریت دانشگاه تهران

2 استاد دانشکده مدیریت دانشگاه تهران

چکیده

 مهم ترین ضرورت ادراک تجارب مدیران، دستیابی به دانش ضمنی و تسهیل انتقال آنست. هدف این مطالعه، درک و بازگوکردن تجربه زیسته مدیرانِ‌موفق در بانک ملت و شناسایی عواملی است که در این موفقیت نقش‌آفرین بوده‌اند. جهت‌گیری فلسفی این پژوهش، تفسیری و مبتنی بر ساختارگرایی اجتماعی است که با روش‌ پژوهش روایتی انجام‌شده است. تعداد ده نفر مشارکت‌کننده به‌صورت هدفمند برگزیده‌شدند و داده‌های پژوهش با روش مصاحبه‌گفتگو جمع‌آوری‌شده است.نتایج نشان می‌دهد که موفقیت‌درمسیرشغلی می‌تواند به دو صورت کاملاً متمایز معنی شود؛ موفقیت‌مسیرِ‌شغلی به‌عنوان دستاورد و موفقیت‌مسیرِ‌شغلی به‌عنوان موهبت. در نیل به این موفقیت نقش سرمایه‌های پنج‌گانه‌انسانی،‌اجتماعی، ‌انگیزشی،‌روانشناختی و‌معنوی از اهمیت ویژه ای برخوردارند. این یافته‌ها بنا به نیاز مخاطبان می‌تواند مورداستفاده مدیران، افراد علاقه‌مند به توسعه موفقیت‌آمیز مسیرِ‌شغلی یا متخصصان و دانشگاهیان قرار گیرد.

کلیدواژه‌ها


عنوان مقاله [English]

Exploring the lived experience of successful managers: A narrative inquiry

نویسندگان [English]

  • Mostafa Foroughi Nematollahi 1
  • Ali Divandari 2
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چکیده [English]

This aim of this study is to understand the lived experience of senior managers in banking industry and to outlines the factors that they consider critical in the development of their own careers. Ten managers from Bank Mellat were selected and semi-structured interviews were planned. By applying a qualitative research approach, narrative inquiry was implemented. During a six phase narrative thematic analysis of data, two different approach to career success was identified; the first was career success as an achievement and the second was career success as an endowment.
When successful managers consider the career success as an achievement, they introduce three factor named human capital, social capital and motivational capital. While seeing the career success as an endowment, psychological capital and spiritual capital become more important. Main contribution of study is developing a comprehensive model that describes career success factors. Findings provide practical implications for designing and implementing management development programs.

کلیدواژه‌ها [English]

  • Career
  • Career Success
  • Narrative Analytics
  • Success Experience
  • Career Development
  • Lived Experience
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