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Variables Personal Information Liliana Constantinescu Name (for internal purposes only - a number will be reported) Position and level* (see below) Analyst programmer National Institute for Research and Development in Informatics Organisation Please comment on the prestige of the organisation compared with other organisations visited or your knowledge of the sector in general The National Institute for Research and Development in Informatics (ICI), with a time-honoured tradition and over 35 years of active participation in the Romanian information science and technology development, is the leading Romanian ICT research - development and innovation centre. University/Affiliation Economical University, Bucharest Age Group 50-60 Bachelor's degree (subject) Informatics in the Economy field Master's degree (subject) Doctoral degree (subject) Other qualifications (incl professional or other continuing education courses) If known, Working Experience (yrs) 32 Working Experience in Technology Transfer (yrs) 32 1 Children (number?) Any evidence of a career break - maternity leave or studying abroad for example Career History 1st ~Job Analyst programmer 1st job turning points - for example reasons for changing place of work 2nd ~Job Was there promotion from the previous post? 2nd job turning point - for example reasons for changing place of work 3rd ~Job Was there promotion from the previous post? 3rd job turning point - for example reasons for changing place of work Current Position Year started in this organisation 1976 Was the previous position in academia, industry, within another intermediary, public sector, other? Was there promotion from the previous position? Average Monthly Earnings 800 euro Contract: full or part time Full time Contract: temporary or permanent Permanent Has the individual been promoted since joining the Yes organisation? Is there other evidence of career progression? For example have there been any change in the tasks the individual has been required to perform since joining the organisation, do they have greater responsibility, international roles etc. Misc - (current position) No Is there evidence of decision making - involvement in organisational matters and decision making. Yes Is there evidence of leadership - responsibility for a team or specific area of activity; supervising colleagues. Yes Is there evidence of representation - on professional boards or institutional committees. Yes Is there evidence of liaison and networking - participating in and developing external networks and other relationship building. Liaision with stakeholders, policy makers and other key players. Please list all mentioned networks: 1) universities and research institutes 2) companies 3) education organisations 4) funding bodies 5) regional and local public policy makers 6) ministries responsible for science, technology and innovation 7) international policy actors (e.g. EU, OECD), 8) private investors, business angels 9) other intermediary organisations, public and private. Was the individual aware of old boy networks in this field? No Is there evidence of planning and managing resouces - No contribution to the overall management of the department in areas such as budget management, financial and business planning. Level of expertise - is there evidence of national or No international recognition; contribution to the development of the field. Control Factors Current Organisation When was the organisation established? 1970 How many people are employed by the organisation? 200 Is there a career path within the current organisation? Yes Is it clearly defined, for example different levels/grades*? Yes Where no grades exist have other measures been introduced which are indications of advancement for example greater levels of responsibility, more complex portfolio of cases? Yes Are there activities to support performance and career development within their current organisation? For example performance review, coaching, mentoring. Does the organisations have ways of judging individual Yes success - for example levels of income generation, number of licence deals, spin-outs etc. Do you have a sense of how 'flexible' working practices are No within this organisation? (Example extent to which employees can work part-time, flexible working hours, possiblities to work at home etc.) Are there actions taken within the organisation to promote Yes equal opportunities? (formal or informal) Individual experiences of work Did the interviewee mentioned any barriers which may have No curtailed their career progression? Did the interviewee mention any situations in which being No female had influenced their work life? Has the interviewee mentioned any factors which they Hard work and professionalism at the workplace attribute to successful career progression? (For example mentoring, supervision, career counselling, personal support by colleagues or collegial support)? Final Comments In your own opinion to what extent has this individual Dedicating enough time for the career achieved career progression? - here we are asking the interviewer to come up with some sort of value judgement based on their knowledge of the interview. * This is an example of the different levels/grades that may exist within an organisation
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