Master of Business Administration Executive
Faculty / School
School of Business Studies (SBS)
Year of Award
Dr. Yasir Mansoor Kundi, Assistant Professor, Department of Management
MBA Executive Research Project
Career switching is a common practice for professionals across the globe. Humans need incentives and in pursuit of a better future people hop around among different fields of life. The biggest incentive for a career professional is his or her career success which he /she wants to attain after adopting different career streams. Career success has different interpretations for different people. For some individuals job satisfaction is a success and for some a huge salary is a success. So, we need to measure this success in career for working professionals. Career success has been divided into two broad categories namely Objective career success (OCS) and subjective career success (SCS). The category of professionals has also been divided into two groups namely Army and Non-Army working professionals. For Army personnel perceived effect of MBA Executive program on their existing and alternate career is measured where, for non-Army professionals perceived effect of MBA Executive program on their existing career is measured. Data has been collected in the form of survey where respondents have participated to mark their understanding of perceived effects of MBA Executive program on their respective careers. Variables have been selected, the variance of which will help us to determine what satisfaction levels have been achieved by respondents after undergoing MBA Executive program in their respective careers. Objectives of study to achieve are as follows: 1. To study the influence of MBA Executive on individuals’ career success? 1.1 To study the influence of MBA Executive on individuals’ objective career success. 1.2 To study the influence of MBA Executive on individuals’ subjective career success. 2. To examine the influence of MBA Executive on career success (objective vs subjective) across Armed Vs Non-Armed forces executives. It has been learnt that MBA Executive program is very much instrumental in achieving subjective career success for the participants.
Khan, J., Gulzar, A., & Rafique, A. (2023). Perceived effect of MBA Executive program on Armed Forces vs non-Armed Forces Executives' career outcomes (Unpublished graduate research project). Institute of Business Administration, Pakistan. Retrieved from https://ir.iba.edu.pk/research-projects-emba/597
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