The study was designed to explore how work-family enrichment is perceived by German managers and how it is acknowledged within the context of career success. This was developed throughout the qualitative content analysis of in-depth interviews conducted to both male and female German managers, which included the coding and categorization of the data obtained with the software for professional text analysis and content analysis MAXQDA PLUS®. The study intended additionally to explore German managers´ notions on career success, schemes and strategies used by them in order to benefit the most from the work and family combined environment. Differences between the past and current notions on work-family enrichment before and after reaching the managerial position as well as gender dissimilarities on the topics were also part of the aim of the study and will be briefly discussed. German managers do experience bi-directional work-family enrichment through a conception of role accumulation that promotes positive effects of one domain on the other. Career success is perceived by German managers through many subjective and objective discernments in which it is definitely included work-family enrichment as a success factor. Especially for female German managers.
Agregar etiquetas para Exploration of work-family enrichment as a perceived success factor by German Managers = Exploración del muto enriquecimiento trabajo-familia percibido como un factor de éxito por Gerentes alemanes