If you teach, consult on, or study careers, you might like to glance over the contents of a new special issue of Organizational Dynamics on Enabling Career Success, edited by Peter Heslin (UNSQ Australia). It is packed with useful career management tools developed by some of the finest researchers in the careers field. While primarily aimed as practical guides for managers and MBA students, several of these 10 articles may also be useful for consulting, Exec Ed, in your research, or for personal use.
¨ Enabling Career Success as an Emergent Process, by PETER A. HESLIN ● DANIEL B. TURBAN
¨ Career Anchors and Job/Role Planning: Tools for Career and Talent Management, by ED SCHEIN ● JOHN VAN MAANEN
¨ Discerning Career Cultures at Work, by DOUGLAS T. (TIM) HALL ● JEFF YIP
¨ Negotiating Flexible and Fair Idiosyncratic Deals (I-Deals), by DENISE M. ROUSSEAU ● MARIA TOMPROU ● MARIA SIMOSI
¨ Career Success Across The Globe – Insights From The 5C Project, by WOLFGANG MAYRHOFER ● JON P. BRISCOE ● DOUGLAS T. (TIM) HALL ● MICHAEL DICKMANN ● NICKY DRIES ● ANDERS DYSVIK ● ROBERT KAŠE ● EMMA PARRY ● JULIE UNITE
¨ Women’s Career Advancement: Issues and Opportunities, by TAMMY D. ALLEN ● KIMBERLY A. FRENCH ● MARK L. POTEET
¨ Wise Proactivity: How to be Proactive and Wise in Building Your Career, by SHARON K. PARKER ● JENNY LIAO
¨ From the Ordinary to the Extraordinary: High-Quality Mentoring Relationships at Work, by BELLE ROSE RAGINS
¨ Developing Career Resilience and Adaptability, by SCOTT E. SEIBERT ● MARIA L. KRAIMER ● PETER A. HESLIN
¨ Managing Work-Life Boundaries in the Digital Age, by ELLEN E. KOSSEK
In the opening piece, Peter Heslin and Dan Turban (Missouri) outline some possibilities illuminated by conceptualizing career success as an emergent process instead of as a cumulative outcome.
This article provides a glimpse of what you’ll find in the other papers that flesh out these possibilities, which you can access here: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00902616
Posted for Gary Latham, 30 Oct. 2016