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|Title:||Assessment center practices in Indonesia: An exploratory study|
|Keywords:||Assessment centers;International human resource management;Personnel selection;Personnel development|
|Citation:||International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 22(4): 384 - 398, (December 2014)|
|Abstract:||Although assessment centers (AC) continue to spread to Asian countries, no published study exists which evaluates AC practices in an Asian country, and none within the largest populous country within the region of Indonesia. Therefore, we conducted an exploratory survey of Indonesian organizations to examine how ACs are designed, executed, implemented, and evaluated in the target country. In this article, we show first how political, economic, and cultural circumstances have an impact on the use of AC programs in Indonesia. Second, we report a broad spectrum of AC features within Indonesian organizations. Third, we compare selected results of our study with prior findings in other countries and regions to identify advantages and disadvantages in current Indonesian AC practices. Finally, implications for both future AC research and practice in both this region, and more widely, are discussed.|
|Appears in Collections:||Brunel Business School Research Papers|
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