Career Development International: Volume 24 Issue 6


Table of contents - Special Issue: Sustainable Career and Innovation During Manufacturing Transformation Pt. 2

Guest Editors: Tachia Chin, Hao Jiao, I.M. Jawahar

Career sustainability during manufacturing innovation: A review, a conceptual framework and future research agenda

Tachia Chin, Genyi Li, Hao Jiao, Frederick Addo, I.M. Jawahar

Given advances in digitalization and automation, manufacturing employees are facing the increasing threat of being substituted by smart machines and robots. The purpose of this…


Blue-collar workers, career success and innovation in manufacturing

Valentina Cillo, Alexeis Garcia-Perez, Manlio Del Giudice, Francesca Vicentini

The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the understanding of the relationship between employees’ knowledge and organisational performance.


The effect of career adaptability on career planning in reaction to automation technology

Wenguang Zhang, Xiaoyu Guan, Xueqin Zhou, Ji Lu

This study investigated employees’ career planning in preparation for the impact of manufacturing transformation triggered by automation technology. Built on career construction…


Potentials of top management team career development and corporate social responsibility: A study on listed manufacturing companies in China

Yelin Hu, Qiwang Zhang, Xin Wang

The purpose of this paper is to explore the relationship between potentials of top management teams’ (TMT) career development and corporate social responsibility (CSR) by…

Corporate responsibility for employees and service innovation performance in manufacturing transformation: The mediation role of employee innovative behavior

Lan Li, Gang Li, Shui F. Chan

The purpose of this paper is to examine, within a context of manufacturing transformation, whether corporate responsibility for employees (CRE) promotes the service innovation…

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