Career Development International: Volume 2 Issue 2


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HR aspects of a take‐over: part 1; how to stop the wheels coming off during the test drive

Mike Burns, Adrienne Rosen

This is the first of three articles which describe, from a human resource perspective, the various stages of an acquisition in the international financial services sector. Views…


Career management competences ‐ the individual perspective

Ben Ball

Asserts that flatter, delayered organizations offer fewer opportunities than before for long‐term job security and career progression in the conventional sense. Suggests that if…


An action‐oriented approach to business education

Cameron M. Ford, dt ogilvie

Argues that expertise based solely on rational, quantitative approaches to decision making problematic in rapidly changing business environments that arrest the tools of…


Managing to relate: organizing as a social process

Dian‐Marie Hosking, Phil Haslam

Achieving collaboration within and between organizations is seen commonly as being problematic. Looks behind some of the current management thinking to find the…


Strategies for surviving and thriving in organizations

Trix Webber

Views management of the employment relationship from the perspective of the individual rather than that of the organization. Presents ideas on action available to individuals who…


Counselling employees: an applied communication skill

Barron Wells, Nelda Spinks

Managers spend much time in counselling employees. Examines this process, which demands careful use of a manager’s performance counselling, namely, disciplinary counselling…


Realigning international careers ‐ a more strategic focus

Alan Fish, Jack Wood

Presents a model of strategic international career management. Argues that while existing career models assist in providing a strategic focus to organizational career management…

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  • Dr Jennifer A. Harrison