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The Changing Nature of Careers: A Review and Research Agenda
This review analyzes how the changing nature of careers can be conceptualized by examining two major categories of careers research. Specifically, the developmental stage theories of Super (1957) andExpand
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Kaleidoscope careers: An alternate explanation for the “opt-out“ revolution
Executive Overview Recently, there has been considerable media attention granted to “the opt-out revolution,“ a term coined to describe the alarming talent drain of highly trained women, largelyExpand
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The evolution of the boundaryless career concept: Examining physical and psychological mobility
Abstract Although there has been increased interest in the boundaryless career since the publication of Arthur and Rousseau’s book (1996) , there is still some misunderstanding about what the conceptExpand
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Advances in Career Theory and Research: A Critical Review and Agenda for Future Exploration
In this review the authors critically examine the nature of contemporary careers and the direction in which careers research has developed over the past decade. Specifically, career concepts thatExpand
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Multiple Mentoring in Academe: Developing the Professorial Network.
Previous studies in business organizations have shown that mentoring provides numerous benefits for both individuals and organizations. Most of this mentoring research has been based on traditional,Expand
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Using the kaleidoscope career model to examine generational differences in work attitudes
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine, utilising the Kaleidoscope Career Model, whether members of the Baby Boom generation and Generation X differ in their needs for authenticity,Expand
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Working Identity: Unconventional Strategies for Reinventing Your Career
The article presents a review of the book “Working Identity: Unconventional Strategies for Reinventing Your Career,” by Herminia Ibarra.
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The changing nature of gender roles, alpha/beta careers and work‐life issues: Theory‐driven implications for human resource management
Purpose – The major purpose of this paper is to examine how gender differences impact the enactment of careers. An additional goal is to examine whether, as suggested by recent conceptualizations,Expand
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The Opt-out Revolt: Why People Are Leaving Companies to Create Kaleidoscope Careers
Why Work Doesn't Work Anymore Why Women Walk Away Off with the Male Straitjacket Kaleidoscope Careers The Quest for Authenticity The Search for Balance The Drive for Challenge No More Business asExpand
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Careers in the next millennium: directions for future research
Abstract Researchers have tended to focus on idealized models of careers that no longer accurately describe most workers (Arthur & Rousseau 1996; DeFillippi & Arthur 1996). The purpose of thisExpand
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