Making the case for mapping careers

11/20/2012 | Computerworld

Employees benefit when management is aware of their current role and talents and also tracks what their next job may be, says Robert Keefe, a past chairman of the Society for Information Management. "If there's a geographic move required, if there's a move out of IT that's expected, career mapping sets [those] expectations with the individual. We lay out what the possibilities are," he said.

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