Effect of Motivational Structures on the Formation of Visions of the Y Generation´s Professionals
Dagmar Svobodová ()
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Dagmar Svobodová: Departament of Economics and Public Administration, School of Business Administration, Silesian University
No 49, Working Papers from Silesian University, School of Business Administration
The aim of the introduction essay is to conceptualise and to make a comparison of the profiles of the motivational stuctures of the members generation Y towards the visions future professional careers, according to the form of the study. The review of relevant litarature combines the theoretical bases from the research of Manpower Group with profiles of the motivational structures, with regard to the concept the Career compass of the generation Y as the dynamic professional career. The models deal with methodology and the specification of the data obtained from the case study in the structured focus groups of the selected members generation Y. The analysis and findings interpret the results of the profiles of the motivational stuctures of the selected members of generation Y at impacts on formation visions during the course of professional careers. The conclusion discusses and confirms the influence and benefit of the profiles motivational structures on the selected members of generation Y, according to the form of study and the differences in their visions of future professional careers.
Keywords: Carreer; generation; formation; motivation; professional vision (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: J58 J58 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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