Yıl 2019, Cilt 9 , Sayı 1, Sayfalar 1 - 18 2019-04-24

Öğrencilerimiz Başarılı Çalışan Olmaya Hazır mı? Yedi Ülkenin Karşılaştırmalı Analizi
Are Our Students Ready to Become Successful Employees? A Comparative Analysis of Seven Countries

Vilmantė KUMPİKAİTĖ-VALİŪNİENĖ [1] , İmran ASLAN [2] , Ewa GLİNSKA [3] , Antonio MİHİ RAMİREZ [4] , Ruth ALAS [5]


Bu makale, başarılı çalışanlar olmak için öğrencilerin gelecekteki iş performanslarına yönelik tutumlarına odaklanmaktadır. İşteki başarı, yedi ülkenin (Litvanya, Polonya, İspanya, Türkiye, İran, Portekiz ve Estonya) öğrencilerinin gelecekteki çalışma performanslarına karşı tutumlarını; yetenekleri, becerilerini geliştiren yöntemler, motivasyon ve çevresel etkenleri kullanarak ölçülmüştür. Bu ankete toplamda 1355 öğrenci katılmıştır. Bu çalışmada, veri analizi için betimleyici yöntemler, ortalamaların karşılaştırılması ve Cronbach alfa gibi istatistiksel yöntemler kullanılmıştır. Sonuçlar, becerilerin ve özellikle eğitim yöntemlerinin, aldıkları maaşlara bakılmaksızın, öğrencilerin daha iyi çalışma motivasyonunu etkilediğini göstermiştir. Çalışmanın sonuçları, öğrencilerin temel becerilerini ve insanlarla ilgili becerilerini en önemli olarak gördüklerini göstermiştir. Ayrıca elde edilen sonuçlar öğrenciler arasında tutumları bakımından bazı kültürel farklılıklar bulunduğunu ortaya çıkarmıştır. Litvanyalılar, Polonyalı ve İranlılar bire bir eğitim yöntemlerini; Portekizliler, İspanyollar ve Türkiyeliler ise grup eğitim yöntemlerini en çok tercih ettikleri eğitim yöntemleri olarak sıralamışlardır. Ayrıca, diğer ülkelerle karşılaştırıldığında İspanyol öğrencilerin çevresel faktörlere çok daha fazla önem verdiği bulunmuştur.

The article focuses on students' attitudes towards their future job performance in relation to becoming successful employees. The level of employee success was measured using the attitudes toward future work performance of students from seven countries (Lithuania, Poland, Spain, Turkey, Iran, Portugal and Estonia) through their assessment of skills, skill developing methods, motivation and environmental factors. A total of 1,355 students participated in the survey. In this study, the data analysis was performed using statistical methods including descriptive methods, comparison of means and Cronbach's alpha. Results of the study show that skills and especially training methods influence students' motivation to work more effectively regardless of the salary received. The results also demonstrate that most students regard basic and people-related skills as the most important factors, but cultural differences were also noticed. Lithuanian, Polish and Iranian participants ranked one-to-one training methods as having the most impact on their development, while Portuguese, Spanish and Turkish students preferred group training methods. Moreover, in comparison to the students from other countries, the Spanish participants considered environmental factors to be extremely important.

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Birincil Dil en
Konular Eğitim, Bilimsel Disiplinler
Bölüm Ampirik Araştırma
Yazarlar

Orcid: 0000-0002-8099-2737
Yazar: Vilmantė KUMPİKAİTĖ-VALİŪNİENĖ
Kurum: Kaunas University of Technology, Kaunas
Ülke: Lithuania


Orcid: 0000-0001-5307-4474
Yazar: İmran ASLAN (Sorumlu Yazar)
Kurum: Bingöl University, Bingöl
Ülke: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0002-2121-0125
Yazar: Ewa GLİNSKA
Kurum: Bialystok University of Technology, Bialystok
Ülke: Poland


Orcid: 0000-0003-3801-9906
Yazar: Antonio MİHİ RAMİREZ
Kurum: University of Granada, Granada
Ülke: Spain


Yazar: Ruth ALAS
Kurum: Estonian Business School, Tallinn
Ülke: Estonia


Tarihler

Yayımlanma Tarihi : 24 Nisan 2019

Bibtex @araştırma makalesi { yuksekogretim558598, journal = {Yükseköğretim Dergisi}, issn = {2146-796X}, eissn = {2146-7978}, address = {Gür Sokak, No: 7B, Kadiköy 34720 İstanbul}, publisher = {Deomed Reklam ve Yayıncılık Ltd.Şti}, year = {2019}, volume = {9}, pages = {1 - 18}, doi = {10.2399/yod.18.026}, title = {Are Our Students Ready to Become Successful Employees? A Comparative Analysis of Seven Countries}, key = {cite}, author = {KUMPİKAİTĖ-VALİŪNİENĖ, Vilmantė and ASLAN, İmran and GLİNSKA, Ewa and MİHİ RAMİREZ, Antonio and ALAS, Ruth} }
APA KUMPİKAİTĖ-VALİŪNİENĖ, V , ASLAN, İ , GLİNSKA, E , MİHİ RAMİREZ, A , ALAS, R . (2019). Are Our Students Ready to Become Successful Employees? A Comparative Analysis of Seven Countries. Yükseköğretim Dergisi , 9 (1) , 1-18 . DOI: 10.2399/yod.18.026
MLA KUMPİKAİTĖ-VALİŪNİENĖ, V , ASLAN, İ , GLİNSKA, E , MİHİ RAMİREZ, A , ALAS, R . "Are Our Students Ready to Become Successful Employees? A Comparative Analysis of Seven Countries". Yükseköğretim Dergisi 9 (2019 ): 1-18 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/yuksekogretim/issue/44875/558598>
Chicago KUMPİKAİTĖ-VALİŪNİENĖ, V , ASLAN, İ , GLİNSKA, E , MİHİ RAMİREZ, A , ALAS, R . "Are Our Students Ready to Become Successful Employees? A Comparative Analysis of Seven Countries". Yükseköğretim Dergisi 9 (2019 ): 1-18
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ISNAD KUMPİKAİTĖ-VALİŪNİENĖ, Vilmantė , ASLAN, İmran , GLİNSKA, Ewa , MİHİ RAMİREZ, Antonio , ALAS, Ruth . "Are Our Students Ready to Become Successful Employees? A Comparative Analysis of Seven Countries". Yükseköğretim Dergisi 9 / 1 (Nisan 2019): 1-18 . https://doi.org/10.2399/yod.18.026
AMA KUMPİKAİTĖ-VALİŪNİENĖ V , ASLAN İ , GLİNSKA E , MİHİ RAMİREZ A , ALAS R . Are Our Students Ready to Become Successful Employees? A Comparative Analysis of Seven Countries. Yükseköğretim Dergisi. 2019; 9(1): 1-18.
Vancouver KUMPİKAİTĖ-VALİŪNİENĖ V , ASLAN İ , GLİNSKA E , MİHİ RAMİREZ A , ALAS R . Are Our Students Ready to Become Successful Employees? A Comparative Analysis of Seven Countries. Yükseköğretim Dergisi. 2019; 9(1): 18-1.