Framework 1: Fun Door

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Nov 29, 2013 (3 years and 6 months ago)

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Framework 1: Fun Door





























Let potential employees or employees do Vocational interest test, then got
everyone

s
interest structure
described by dimensions of vocational interest
.


:

Do job analysis for each
post in every company

,and then decide the weight of each

mension of vocational interest

to describe what kind of structure each post require.





















VID

i
=

score

i

(
i
=1,2,
……
,n
)

Personal Interests
structure


CC(i)=

w
i*

VID
i
(i=1,2,
……
,n)

Career Characteristics

CC




Vocational I
nterest
(VI)

scales

VI dimension 1
(VID
1
)

VI dimension

2(VID2)

……

VI dimension n
(VIDn)

FP(i)=

w
i*

score i
(i=1,2,
……
,n)

Fun Point (FP)



Application

S
alary management
\
promotion
assessment
\
recruitment
\
rotation

Table 1. Primary Factors and Descriptors in Cattell's 16 Personality Factor Model
(
Conn & Rieke ,1994
)

Descriptors of Low Range

Primary Factor

Descriptors of High Range

Reserve, impersonal, distant, cool, reserved,
impersonal, detached, formal, aloof
(Sizothymia)

Warmth

Warm, outgoing, attentive to others, kindly,
easy going, participating, likes people
(Affectothymia)

Concrete thinking, lower general mental
capacity,

less intelligent, unable to handle
abstract problems (Lower Scholastic Mental
Capacity)

Reasoning

Abstract
-
thinking, more intelligent, bright,
higher general mental capacity, fast learner
(Higher Scholastic Mental Capacity)

Reactive emotionally, chang
eable, affected by
feelings, emotionally less stable, easily upset
(Lower Ego Strength)

Emotional

Stability

Emotionally stable, adaptive, mature, faces
reality calm (Higher Ego Strength)

Deferential, cooperative, avoids conflict,
submissive, humble, o
bedient, easily led,
docile, accommodating (Submissiveness)

Dominance

Dominant, forceful, assertive, aggressive,
competitive, stubborn, bossy (Dominance)

Serious, restrained, prudent, taciturn,
introspective, silent (Desurgency)

Liveliness

Lively, an
imated, spontaneous, enthusiastic,
happy go lucky, cheerful, expressive,
impulsive (Surgency)

Expedient, nonconforming, disregards rules,
self indulgent (Low Super Ego Strength)

Rule
-

Consciousness

Rule
-
conscious, dutiful, conscientious,
conforming, moralistic, staid, rule bound
(High Super Ego Strength)

Shy, threat
-
sensitive, timid, hesitant,
intimidated (Threctia)

Social Boldness

Socially bold, venturesome, thick skinned,
uninhibited (Parmia)

Utilitarian, objective, unsentimental, tough
minded, self
-
reliant, no
-
nonsense, rough
(Harria)

Sensitivity

Sensitive, aesthetic, sentimental, tender
minded, intuitive, refined (Premsia)

Trusting, unsuspecting, accepting,
unconditional, easy (Alaxia)

Vigilance

Vigilant, suspicious, skeptical, distrustful,
oppositional (Protension)

Grounded, practical, prosaic, solution
orientated, steady, conventional (Praxernia)

Abstractedness

Abstract, imaginative, absent minded,
impractical, absorbed in ideas (
Autia)

Forthright, genuine, artless, open, guileless,
naive, unpretentious, involved (Artlessness)

Privateness

Private, discreet, nondisclosing, shrewd,
polished, worldly, astute, diplomatic
(Shrewdness)

Self
-
Assured, unworried, complacent, secure,
free of guilt, confident, self satisfied
(Untroubled)

Apprehension

Apprehensive, self doubting, worried, guilt
prone, insecure, worrying, self blaming
(Guilt Proneness)

Traditional, attached to familiar,
con
servative, respecting traditional ideas
(Conservatism)

Openness to


Change

Open to change, experimental, liberal,
analytical, critical, free thinking, flexibility
(Radicalism)

Group
-
oriented, affiliative, a joiner and
follower dependent (Group Adherenc
e)

Self
-
Reliance

Self
-
reliant, solitary, resourceful,
individualistic, self sufficient
(Self
-
Sufficiency)

Tolerated disorder, unexacting, flexible,
P
erfectionism

Perfectionistic, organized, compulsive,
undisciplined, lax, self
-
conflict, impulsive,
careless of social rues, uncontrolled (Low
Integration)

self
-
disciplined, socially precise, exacting
will power, control, self
-
entimental (High
Self
-
Concept Control)

Relaxed, placid, tranquil, torpid, patient,
composed low drive (Low Ergic Tension)

Tension

Tense, high energy, impatient, driven,
frustrated, over wrought, time driven. (High
Ergic Tension)







T
able 2. Job description by 16PF dimensions

Job Title

Personality dimension (%)

Administrative
employees:

Rule
-
Consciousness (40%);
Perfectionism (30%);Warmth(20%); sensitivity(10%)



Table
3
.
The scores of employees’ 16PF test


salesman

A
dm
.

employees

Name

of employee

A B C D E F G H I


J


K

L

M

N

A
d mi n i s t r a t i v e

s c o r e

4.8;

5.4;

5.2;

6.3;

6.0;

5.8;

5.1;

4.7;

7.0
;
5.7

7.6
;
5.7
;
8.5
;

7.4

sales score

6.
6
; 6.6;
4.9
; 8.
8
; 7.
8
; 6.
0
; 6.
5
; 7.
6
; 8.6
; 8.1

5.
1
;

4.9
; 7.
0
;
6.1

Work year

1.2
;
0.
2
;
1.8

0.5; 0.5; 0.5; 0
.
6
; 2.0; 0.
1
;
1.5

1.
7
; 1.
1
; 5.0;
2.
5