International Journal of Career Management: Volume 3 Issue 3

Category:

Human Resource Management

Table of contents

CAREER DEVELOPMENT: THE CHALLENGE FOR ORGANISATIONS

Charles Jackson

Implementing career development activities is likely to be a majoractivity for organisations in the 1990s in Britain. Some of the reasonsfor this development are outlined…

CAREER MANAGEMENT FOR TODAY′S MBAs

Michael Howley

The increase in the number of MBAs in the UK and therationalisation and restructuring of British companies mean that an MBAalone is not enough to guarantee a successful…

JOB SEARCH AND EMPLOYMENT AMONG EDUCATION AND LIBERAL ARTS GRADUATES

Marilyn M. Helms, Parthasarati Dileepan

A survey is reported of 473 recent graduates in education andliberal arts from an urban south‐eastern US university. Three mainquestions are addressed: Did the graduates…

USING BRAIN HEMISPHERICITY TO ENHANCE CAREER MANAGEMENT

Pamela R. Johnson, Julie Indvik

Managing one′s career entails knowing if one is primarily intuitiveor analytical when approaching tasks. Right‐brain management techniquesrely on feelings – intuition and…

ISSN:

0955-6214

Online date, start – end:

1990 – 1995

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited