Career management is the combination of structured planning and the active management choice of one's own professional career. The software professional should plan and develop the career. Software professional work measurement is very difficult to compare than another field. Time management is very important in this industry. They can plan and develop their career for every year. Careerdrill believes individual career development plan may not match with the employer career development plan. The employer development plan depends on organization business parameters. But, the individual career plan depends on interest, time, align with current market trends and more. Every company recommends and maintain the career development plan for retaining the employee with the current organization.
Successful people are always focused on the goal. So, every software professional should set career goal and track the goal with the time period. The career goal may change on timely based on the different parameters. The provisional should create Milestones and Timelines to Measure the Success. The goal should be SMART.
Set specific goals. Example, If you want to learn cloud technology, "Learn Cloud technology" vs "Complete two projects with cloud technology and complete certification in the cloud".
Set measurable goals. If you want to learn the technology "learn the cloud technology" vs "Learn and work the cloud technology 2 hours per day".
The goal should be achievable. If you want work in google, "want work in google", vs "prepare 3 hours per day, prepare the killer resume and apply to google. You can also try with the employee reference".
Set realistic goal. If you don't interest in any technology, you may not be able to complete the goal.
Set time for each goal. When you can change your career, "Want change the career" vs "start new career preparation and work with small side projects. Change the career after 6 months".
After setting the goal, the professional should think about achieve the goal. The goal should be reviewed every 3 months, 6 months and 1 year. If the candidate finds the goal is not possible to complete, they can change at any time (but you should not remove the goals!)
Career planning applies the concepts of Strategic planning and Marketing to taking charge of one's professional future. Career is an ongoing process and so it needs to be assessed on continuous basis. This process of re-assessing individual learning and development over a period of time is called Career Planning!
Training and development is a function of human resource management concerned with organizational activity aimed at bettering the performance of individuals and groups in organizational settings