Mentoring Alternatives: The Role of Peer Relationships in Career Development

@article{Kram1985MentoringAT,
  title={Mentoring Alternatives: The Role of Peer Relationships in Career Development},
  author={K. Kram and Lynn A. Isabella},
  journal={Academy of Management Journal},
  year={1985},
  volume={28},
  pages={110-132}
}
Little is known about work relationships, other than mentoring relationships, that contribute to adult and career growth. A biographical interview study of 25 relationship pairs indicated that rela... 

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