Working Through a Career Planning Scenario

  1. Choose Planning ® Career planning.
  2. The Career Planning screen appears.

  3. To change the object type, proceed as follows:
    1. Choose Edit ® Change object type.
    2. The Select Object Type dialog box appears.

    3. Position the cursor on the object type you want and choose Transfer.

    This takes you back to the Career Planning screen.

  4. Enter the object name or the object ID in the corresponding field.
  5. If necessary, change the data selection period.
  6. Select the planning criteria you want to include.
  7. The criterion Include dislikes is really only useful if used in conjunction with another planning criterion.

    You can use the planning criterion Additional career independently of the criterion Include career.

  8. If applicable, enter a career of your choice in the Additional career field.
  9. Choose Enter.
  10. Choose Planning ® Execute.
  11. The Career Planning screen appears. In the top section of the screen, the system displays standard information on the object you selected. In the career plan, the system displays objects that match each of the selection criteria specified.

    Since the various planning criteria are independent of each other, the same objects might appear several times in the career plan (under different selection criteria).

  12. To display the ranking list for the objects, choose Goto ® Ranking list.
  13. The Career Planning screen appears. This ranking list is sorted by suitability range or suitability percentage. The planning criteria that the objects meet are displayed in the right-hand section of the screen.

    Each object is displayed only once in the ranking list.

    1. To toggle between the suitability ranges and the suitability percentage, choose Settings ® Suitability % on/off.
  14. You can save the career plan and ranking list to file, or print them.

Result

You have created a career plan for the object selected. You can use this career planning scenario as a basis for further evaluations. See Evaluating a Career Plan.

See also:

Career Planning for a Person, Matching Up Profile With a Position: Example

Career Planning for a Person, and Designating the Person for a Position: Example

Finding Suitable Activities for an Applicant: Example