Career Development International: Volume 5 Issue 2


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Graduate recruitment and selection: implications for HE, graduates and small business recruiters

Jim Stewart, Vanessa Knowles

This final article in a series of three provides an interpretation of the research findings reported in the second article against the conceptual models described in the first…


Expatriation and careers: perspectives of expatriates and spouses

Kimmo Riusala, Vesa Suutari

The relationship between foreign assignment and career development has been stated to be unclear, and further research has been called for with regard to career challenges and…


Motivational attributes and organizational experiences as predictors of career‐enhancing strategies

Ghulam R. Nabi

It is generally assumed that career‐enhancing strategies are instrumental in the career self‐management process. Yet, there is a paucity of empirical research on the predictors…



This article has been withdrawn as it was published elsewhere and accidentally duplicated. The original article can be seen here: 10.1108/09649429910255465. When citing the…


The career transition from practitioner to academic

Earl Simendinger, George M. Puia, Ken Kraft, Michael Jasperson

This article explains the challenges faced when management‐practitioners decide to enter the academic environment and teach. The authors speak from the perspective of their own…


Great groups and leaders

Warren Bennis, Sarah Powell

Warren Bennis, distinguished professor of business administration and founding chairman of the Leadership Institute at the University of Southern California, is one of the world’s…

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