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The realities of management promotion [electronic resource] / Marian N. Ruderman, Patricia J. Ohlott.

By: Ruderman, Marian N.
Contributor(s): Ohlott, Patricia J.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Report (Center for Creative Leadership): no. 157.Publisher: Greensboro, N.C. : Center for Creative Leadership, c1994Description: 1 online resource (vii, 51 p.).ISBN: 9780912879888 (pbk.); 0912879882 (pbk.); 9781604911084 (electronic bk.); 1604911085 (electronic bk.); 1281001503; 9781281001504.Subject(s): Promotions -- United States | Personnel management | Electronic books | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Workplace Culture | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Corporate Governance | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Leadership | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Organizational DevelopmentGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Realities of management promotion.DDC classification: 658.4/07126 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Cover -- TOC36;Contents -- Introduction -- Methodology -- CH36;Statement 158; Promotions Are Based on Individual Efforts and Abilities -- Contributions of the Individual58; Preparation44; Attitudes44; People Skills44; and Personnal Attribtues -- Contributions of the Context -- The Complete Picture58; Individual and Contextual Reasons for Promotion -- CH36;Statement 258; People Promoted Must Fit Established Jobs -- CH36;Statement 358; Formal Methods Are Used to Assess Candidates for Promotion -- CH36;Statement 458; There Are Multiple Candidates for Each Job -- CH36;Statement 558; Promotions Have Uniform Characteristics -- Developmental Promotions -- Promotions in Place -- Promotions With No Obvious Optimal Candidate -- Promotions for Long45;term Corporate Objectives -- The Reality58; There Is No Such Thing as a Typical Promotion -- CH36;Statement 658; Most Organizations Use Similar Criteria for Promotion -- CH36;A More Realistic Perspective -- CH36;Implications -- For the Individual -- For the Organization -- For Future Research -- Appendix58; Research Method and Data Analysis -- Original Inquiry -- Identification of Decisions -- Sample -- Data Collection -- Primary Questions -- Data Analysis -- Figures -- Tables -- References -- Last Page.
Summary: Reporting on their study of how management promotions are made in three Fortune 500 companies, the authors evaluate various perspectives on promotion and offer a framework that can help executives and researchers better understand it.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 49-[54]).

Cover -- TOC36;Contents -- Introduction -- Methodology -- CH36;Statement 158; Promotions Are Based on Individual Efforts and Abilities -- Contributions of the Individual58; Preparation44; Attitudes44; People Skills44; and Personnal Attribtues -- Contributions of the Context -- The Complete Picture58; Individual and Contextual Reasons for Promotion -- CH36;Statement 258; People Promoted Must Fit Established Jobs -- CH36;Statement 358; Formal Methods Are Used to Assess Candidates for Promotion -- CH36;Statement 458; There Are Multiple Candidates for Each Job -- CH36;Statement 558; Promotions Have Uniform Characteristics -- Developmental Promotions -- Promotions in Place -- Promotions With No Obvious Optimal Candidate -- Promotions for Long45;term Corporate Objectives -- The Reality58; There Is No Such Thing as a Typical Promotion -- CH36;Statement 658; Most Organizations Use Similar Criteria for Promotion -- CH36;A More Realistic Perspective -- CH36;Implications -- For the Individual -- For the Organization -- For Future Research -- Appendix58; Research Method and Data Analysis -- Original Inquiry -- Identification of Decisions -- Sample -- Data Collection -- Primary Questions -- Data Analysis -- Figures -- Tables -- References -- Last Page.

Reporting on their study of how management promotions are made in three Fortune 500 companies, the authors evaluate various perspectives on promotion and offer a framework that can help executives and researchers better understand it.

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