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" Obsolescence has been defined as "the degree to which organizational professionals lack the up-to-date knowledge or skills necessary to maintain effective performance in either their current or future work roles "
Career Counselling and Guidance in the Workplace: A Manual for Career ... - Page 198
by Melinde Coetzee, H. Roythorne-Jacobs - 2007 - 216 pages
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Careers In and Out of Organizations

Douglas T. Hall - Business & Economics - 2002 - 345 pages
...in an impressive review of the literature, defines obsolescence as "the degree to which organization professionals lack the up-to-date knowledge or skills...performance in either their current or future work roles" (p. 23 ) . Someone recently described the condition as follows: "There's been an alarming increase...
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Personal Career Development for Professionals

Joseph A. Raelin - Business & Economics - 2002 - 308 pages
...obsolescence combines both conceptions of obsolescence presented above: The degree to which organizational professionals lack the up-to-date knowledge or skills...performance in either their current or future work roles.47 Besides being associated with job and professional components, obsolescence can be looked...
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Career Development and Counseling: Putting Theory and Research to Work

Steven D. Brown, Robert W. Lent - Business & Economics - 2004 - 650 pages
...possible plateauing (ie, limited future promotions). Obsolescence refers to the degree to which employees lack the up-to-date knowledge or skills necessary to maintain effective performance in their current or future roles (Kaufman, 1974). They may also feel bored in their jobs or underutilized....
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No one has ever promised you a rose garden

Beatrice I J M van der Heijden - 2005 - 102 pages
...expertise and fighting against rapid obsolescence, which refers to "the degree to which organisational professionals lack the upto-date knowledge or skills...performance in either their current or future work roles" (Kaufman, 1974, p. 23). Most jobs are subject to high-speed changes and increased expertise needs....
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