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Gender, careers and flexibility in consultancies in the UK and the USA: a multi-level relational analysis
Management consultants are a core group of knowledge workers, and interest in their work and the organisational environment in which they operate has intensified. However, the role of policies at aExpand
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How “free” is the free worker?
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to shed light upon the reasons why knowledge workers are offered considerable autonomy, and the extent to which they are given the freedom to determine how andExpand
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Aligning knowledge sharing interventions with the promotion of firm success: The need for SHRM to balance tensions and challenges
Abstract Knowledge sharing plays a key role in facilitating organizational goals. However, the extensive digitization of employee knowledge can potentially undermine the full realization of theExpand
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Tensions and Challenges in the Management of Diversity and Inclusion in IT Services Multinationals in India
Information technology (IT) services multinationals in India provide rich environments for the analysis of emerging patterns of diversity and inclusion management. Growing interest in this field ofExpand
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Career behavior in the knowledge economy: Experiences and perceptions of career mobility among management and IT consultants in the UK and the USA
Abstract The traditional lifelong organizational career model no longer remains relevant for many workers, particularly those active in the knowledge economy. Instead these workers are claimed toExpand
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The management of consultancy knowledge: an internationally comparative analysis
  • R. Donnelly
  • Business, Computer Science
  • J. Knowl. Manag.
  • 30 May 2008
This paper aims to examine whether knowledge management practices deployed by a multinational consultancy differ according to the national context in which they are implemented and whether the practices that are deployed are effective in diffusing consultancy knowledge. Expand
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The coalescence between synergies and conflicts of interest in a top consultancy firm: an analysis of the implications for consultants' attitudes and behaviours
The management of human resources represents a critical strategic function for consultancies. For such organisations, the HRM literature aligned to the resource-based view prescribes practices thatExpand
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Does the UK Have a ‘Comparative Institutional Advantage’ that is Supportive of the it Services Sector?
This paper applies a ‘sector-in-country’ approach to examine the institutional conditions associated with the recent expansion of the information technology services sector in the UK. The findingsExpand
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The work orientation of state ambassadors : beyond the call of duty - when work is a 'way of life'
The thesis examines the \(work\) \(orientation\) of national diplomats. Drawing on in-depth interviews with 57 Israeli State Ambassadors about their careers, this study further refines and developsExpand
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