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Title: A SHORT FORM MEASURE OF CAREER ORIENTATIONS: A PSYCHOMETRIC EVALUATION
Authors: lgbaria, Magid
Baroudi, Jack J.
Keywords: IS management
IS career
Career orientation
Issue Date: Oct-1992
Publisher: Stern School of Business, New York University
Series/Report no.: IS-92-37
Abstract: This paper reports on the results of two studies involving the development and construct validation of a short form of the Career Orientations Inventory. The short form was factor analytically derived and tested in two separate field studies of IS employees. The short form measures nine career orientations: technical, managerial, autonomy, job security, geographic security, service, pure challenge, lifestyle and entrepreneurship. Extensive evidence of the reliability and validity of the measure was demonstrated in both studies (the development - Study 1- and the validation - Study 2). A nomological network of the relationships between career orientations and various individual difference and satisfaction measures was tested and provided additional evidence of the construct validity of the short form measure.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2451/14352
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