Career Development International: Volume 11 Issue 4


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Rediscovering Japan: some thoughts on change and continuity in traditional Japanese careers

John Van Maanen

The purpose of this paper is to comment on the articles presented in the Special Issue of Career Development International on “Change and continuity of traditional Japanese…


Career anchors: distribution and impact on job satisfaction, the Israeli case

Nira Danziger, Rony Valency

The purpose of this paper is to examine the career anchor concept developed by Edgar Schein.


Volunteer overseas development workers: the hero's adventure and personal transformation

Sheena Hudson, Kerr Inkson

The purpose of this paper is to provide new information about overseas volunteer development workers undertaking projects in underdeveloped countries, specifically, their…


Personality predictors of participation as a mentor

Brian P. Niehoff

The purpose of this paper is to focus on the personality characteristics of mentors.


An evaluation system for training programs: a case study using a four‐phase approach

Tony Lingham, Bonnie Richley, Davar Rezania

With the increased importance of training in organizations, creating important and meaningful programs are critical to an organization and its members. The purpose of this paper…


Perceived effects of an MBA degree on employability and career advancement: The case of Greece

Dimitrios M. Mihail, Kristina Antigoni Elefterie

Given this rapid expansion in business schools and MBA graduate numbers, the purpose of this paper is to assess whether and how graduate management education offered in Greece…

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