Организационные карьерные сценарии для талантливых работников

  • Елена Игоревна Кудрявцева Национальный исследовательский университет «Высшая школа экономики», Москва, Россия https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3063-1156

Аннотация

Статья посвящена исследованию вопросов внутриорганизационного продвижения работников, включенных в программу развития талантов. Обосновывается положение о том, что организации, реализующие такие программы, оказывают существенное воздействие на характер карьерного капитала работников с высоким потенциалом. На основании эмпирических данных, полученных в двух крупных российских компаниях, выявлено несколько специфических карьерных сценариев: «карьерное лидерство», «карьерное аутсайдерство» и «карьерный челлендж». Определен механизм реализации возможностей и ограничений при конвертации карьерных компетенций работников во
внутриорганизационную карьеру. Впервые обсуждаются риски участия в программе развития талантов, которые несут работники, и эмпирически установлены факторы этих рисков. Обосновывается полезность применения положений концепции заинтересованных сторон в теоретическом анализе и практическом развитии управления талантливыми сотрудниками.

Ключевые слова:

управление талантливыми сотрудниками, внутриорганизационная карьера, карьерные компетенции, карьерный капитал, организационный контекст

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Опубликован
2018-07-17
Как цитировать
Кудрявцева, Е. (2018). Организационные карьерные сценарии для талантливых работников. Российский журнал менеджмента, 16(2), 205–230. https://doi.org/10.21638/spbu18.2018.203
Раздел
Теоретические и эмпирические исследования