This study focuses on the individual career development process of M.B.A.s on the job, in an era emphasizing personal responsibility for learning and development. The impact of learning opportunities and individual learning behavior was analyzed through repeated measures. Hierarchical regressions and difference-of-means tests were performed based on survey data collected from early-career M.B.A.s. Several relationships between the research variables were found to be consistent with current literature. The results provide leads for further research into effects of both context and personal characteristics on the individual's career development process on the job.
|Journal||Human Resource Development Quarterly|
|Publication status||Published - 2003|