Yıl 2017, Cilt 2, Sayı 8, Sayfalar 25 - 36 2017-12-28

İnsan Sermayesi ve Kariyer Başarısı Arasındaki İlişkide Sosyal Sermayenin Rolü: Kadın Yöneticiler Üzerinde Bir Araştırma
The Role of Social Capital in the Relationship between Human Capital and Career Success: A Research on Women Manager

Hale Alan [1]

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İnsan sermayesi, insanların sonradan edindikleri tecrübe, yetenek, bilgi ve kabiliyet gibi unsurlarının tamamını kapsayan bir kavram olarak sürekli artabilmektedir. Sosyal sermaye kuramı kadın yöneticilerin ağ bağlantılarının, kurmuş oldukları ilişkilerin ve güvenin önemli olduğuna vurgu yapmaktadır. Sosyal sermaye ve insan sermayesi arasındaki ilişki önemlidir. Bu bağlamda bu çalışmada belirlenmiş özel örneklem üzerinde insan sermayesi ve kariyer başarısı arasındaki ilişki ve sosyal sermayenin bu ilişkideki rolünün ortaya çıkartılması amaçlanmıştır. Borsa İstanbul A.Ş.’de aktif olarak işlem gören şirketlerin yönetim kurullarında görev yapan bağımsız kadın yönetim kurulu üyeleri belirlenerek her kadın üyenin ikincil veri toplama yöntemi ile sahip olduğu ilişki, bağ ve temasları belirlenerek insan sermayesi ve kariyer başarıları arasındaki ilişkiler ortaya çıkartılmıştır.

Human capital is a continuously increasing concept that covers all of the following elements: experience, ability, knowledge, and ability. Social capital theory emphasizes that the network connections of women managers, their relationships and trust are important. The relationship between social capital and human capital is important. In this context, it is aimed to emphasize the relationship between human capital and career success and the role of social capital in this particular sample on this study. Independent women's board members who are active in the boards of the companies that are actively traded in Borsa İstanbul A.Ş. have been determined and the relationships, bonds and contacts that each woman board member has with secondary data collection method have been determined and network between human capital and career success have been revealed.

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Yazar: Hale Alan
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APA Alan, H . (2017). The Role of Social Capital in the Relationship between Human Capital and Career Success: A Research on Women Manager. The Journal of International Scientific Researches, 2 (8), 25-36. DOI: 10.23834/isrjournal.349249
MLA Alan, H . "The Role of Social Capital in the Relationship between Human Capital and Career Success: A Research on Women Manager". The Journal of International Scientific Researches 2 (2017): 25-36 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/isrjournal/issue/33469/349249>
Chicago Alan, H . "The Role of Social Capital in the Relationship between Human Capital and Career Success: A Research on Women Manager". The Journal of International Scientific Researches 2 (2017): 25-36
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