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Languages: English
Types: Doctoral thesis
Subjects: HF
This thesis studies the process of how experienced business professionals adjust to a\ud new role. These experienced newcomers were Argentinean MBA graduates who made\ud a career transition and were going through the first months at the new job. Through a\ud grounded theory and constructivist approach, participants reflected on what was\ud relevant to them during this period, in interviews and personal diaries. Developing the\ud professional identity emerged as a strong theme, including how they developed\ud relationships, how they managed conflict with colleagues and supervisors, how they\ud changed their profiles to adjust, how they managed identity threats, how they\ud experimented with possible selves, and how they constructed their dynamic\ud professional identities.\ud This doctoral project contributes to the understanding of how experienced newcomers\ud socialise to a new role with a career perspective, considering both past experience and\ud future aspirations. Data collection undertaken during four months for each participant\ud enabled an understanding of process, especially in terms of how individuals develop\ud relationships at work and ideas for possible selves, contributing to theoretical gaps in\ud existing literature. In addition, it contributes to research on business professionals, and\ud MBA graduates in particular, which is quite scarce in Argentina.
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