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Describe how career planning was traditionally done in the workplace of the past.
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Fundamentals of Management: Essential Concepts and Applications
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Traditionally, career planning was organized for you within the organization that you worked for. You would get a job and your superiors would map out a series of goals for you to attain in order to advance. For example, goals in sales might include becoming a top salesperson, then managing a district, then finally moving on to a top management position.

The important thing in a traditional career planning situation was that the path was clear. The organization rather than the individual was in charge of laying out the path. All the individual had to do was to overcome the obstacles that had been put in his or her path, and he or she would succeed.
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