• Adaptacja ekspatriantów X i Y. Wymiar indywidualny, organizacyjny i kontekstowy

Adaptacja ekspatriantów X i Y. Wymiar indywidualny, organizacyjny i kontekstowy

  • Autor: Gabriela Strzelec
  • Wydawca: Difin
  • ISBN: 978-83-8270-139-5
  • Data wydania: 2022
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Dostępność: Duża ilość w magazynie
Polska, jako kraj dość jednorodny (homogeniczny) pod względem kultury, religii i pochodzenia etnicznego, może stanowić wyzwanie adaptacyjne dla ekspatów z krajów o dalekim dystansie kulturowym. W związku z tym, przedstawienie procesu adaptacyjnego ekspatriantów różnych pokoleń, o różnej proweniencji kulturowej na polskim rynku, z uwzględnieniem czynników ułatwiających dostosowanie do pracy, interakcji z lokalnymi pracownikami i do otoczenia społeczno-kulturowego, przyczynia się do zmniejszenia ryzyka niepowodzenia misji. Głównym celem publikacji jest zaprezentowanie zachodzącego związku pomiędzy czynnikami indywidualnymi, organizacyjnymi, kontekstowymi, wiekiem ekspatriantów a ich adaptacją do życia, środowiska pracy czy interakcji z lokalną społecznością. Autorka szczegółowo omówiła następujące zagadnienia: adaptacja ekspatriantów, wielopokoleniowość na międzynarodowym rynku pracy, czynniki ułatwiające adaptację ekspatriantów, motywy podejmowania pracy za granicą oraz cykl ekspatriacji.

Publikacja przeznaczona jest głównie dla badaczy tego obszaru. Jednak może być skierowana również do menedżerów i praktyków odpowiedzialnych za adaptację ekspatriantów w korporacjach międzynarodowych.

Spis treści:

Wstęp

ROZDZIAŁ 1. Ekspatrianci różnych grup pokoleniowych na międzynarodowym rynku pracy

1.1. Charakterystyka pokoleń na międzynarodowym rynku pracy
1.2. Motywy podejmowania pracy zagranicą
1.3. Cykl ekspatriacji: preparacja–realizacja–repatriacja

ROZDZIAŁ 2. Systematyczny przegląd literatury z zakresu adaptacji ekspatriantów

2.1. Adaptacja i jej znaczenie w literaturze światowej
2.2. Definicje i pojęcia adaptacji
2.3. Przełomowe ustalenia z badań nad adaptacją ekspatriantów

ROZDZIAŁ 3. Uwarunkowania adaptacji ekspatriantów

3.1. Modele adaptacji ekspatriantów
3.2. Czynniki determinujące sukces adaptacji na misji zagranicznej – wymiar indywidualny, organizacyjni i kontekstowy
3.3. Narzędzia organizacyjne wspierające proces adaptacji w odniesieniu do cyklu ekspatriacji

ROZDZIAŁ 4. Natura związku pomiędzy czynnikami, wiekiem a adaptacją ekspatriantów

4.1. Rezultaty badań i dyskusja
4.2. Wnioski
4.3. Tendencje i kierunki rozwoju dalszych badań

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