Kingir, Said; GÜn, Gül
January 2007
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2007, Vol. 11 Issue 30, p279
Academic Journal
In the age, the one of the most important factors that effects enterprises' success, even the key point of achieving the succes, is to satisfy human factor. Hence for this reason, it is necessary for establishings to allocate required resource, labor and time for both the career planning and improving of career and all planned actıon that motıve human, lead to mission and vision and reach succeed it. It is necessary to be eveluated this acceleration for the future of organization and to realıze organizationel targets in the most ideal way. In today, the concepts of career, career planning, career management and improving career are being used in general speaking but not being known their meaning and the relationship between them exactly. The basic aim of this study is to dedicate this field by doing literature study related in career planning and the problems of improving career.


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