An Intelligent Career: Taking Ownership of Your Work and Your LifeDe (autor) Michael B. Arthur, Svetlana N. Khapova, Julia Richardson
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An Intelligent Career will change the way you see your career and your life. It is written by three award-winning international scholars, who share the conviction that careers have become both more important and less predictable. Drawing on a wide range of research, they describe how you can apply your intelligence to take ownership of your career.Using examples and insights from around the globe, the authors explain how you can take stock of your situation; combine assets such as your commitment, experience and relationships; determine future action; and earn greater career success. If you are a manager, consultant, or counselor the authors show how you can support other people's careers, enabling them to define and meet their career goals and aspirations.The book unfolds in two parts, first encouraging reflection and then turning to action. In Part One, you will come to grips with your own intelligent career experience to date. In Part Two, you will learn how to create and leverage new opportunities offered by the contemporary work environment. Across both parts, you will see how to make the most of changing technologies, globalization of professional networks and new rules of employment. In turn, you will see how to connect what you do foryourself to your impact on the world.An Intelligent Career is everyone's resource for pursuing a career in the 21st century that is personally and socially meaningful. It calls on you to take ownership of your career right now, and to pursue your future professional life on your own terms.
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This book is written by three professors deeply focused on the changes in people's careers around the globe. All three are award-winning educators and researchers, and all three share the same convictionthat responsibility for careers has permanently shifted to the individual worker. In this book they describe how you, the reader, can apply your intelligence to and take ownership of your own career. Michael B. Arthur is professor of management at Suffolk University, Boston. He has worked extensively on "intelligent careers," including the development of the Intelligent Career Card Sort career exploration instrument. He is widely known for the Handbook of Career Theory and The Boundaryless Career, and received the Academy of Management's Everett Hughes Award for distinguished careers scholarship in 2006.Svetlana N. Khapova is professor of careers and organization studies at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and director of the VU School of Management and Amsterdam Business Research Institute. She studies how individuals draw on their careers to innovate and uses her research interest to help managers who are part of her PhD programs to bring innovation into their firms.Julia Richardson is associate professor of human resource management at Curtin Business School in Perth, Australia. She has pursued a global career across Asia, New Zealand, and North America. She is author of The Independent Expatriate, coeditor of New Ways of Organizing Work, and has received multiple awards, including the Emerald Literati Award and Verity International Award, for her teaching and research.
The old bargain of life-long employment is rapidly fading, yet An Intelligent Career offers a hopeful vision. Insightful, provocative and immensely practical, this is a guidebook for how to carve a path in this new world of work on your own terms."
This book clearly outlines strategies for the people of today to fulfill their careers in successful ways by integrating life perspectives with work in a most creative way, and all loaded with real life examples. A must read!"
With a wealth of scientific evidence, sharp insights, and countless stories, this book will help you answer your own career questions intelligently. Whether you want to explore new career possibilities or simply work more authentically right where you are, this book is essential reading."
Demand for business contributors who are highly motivated, agile learners, and understand the value of shared leadership is higher than at any time in history. An Intelligent Career is a terrific primer for anyone seeking to be rewarded not only with professional success, but with great personal satisfaction."
An Intelligent Career shows how individuals can better manage their own work lives through self-knowledge, proactivity and problem solving. At the same time, it makes the case that self-management doesn't mean going it alone. This book informs employers and policy makers about the critical supports that make intelligent careers possible."
A clear and comprehensive exploration of the fundamentals that underlie career success."
Carefully researched and easily accessible, An Intelligent Career will help you think about and manage your career in immensely practical ways. Chock full of interesting stories with deep insights, this book should be required reading not just for millennials but for anyone looking to reassert ownership of their own career."
An Intelligent Career takes readers beyond a psychological approach to career consulting into emphasizing the value of your own experience integrated into the real world, including emerging technology. Your career decisions are now in context, so you can approach your career future with greater conviction.
The digital age makes continued learning and conscious career decision-making a number one priority in order to stay relevant in today's workforce. An Intelligent Career is a compelling and stimulating read which provides readers with invaluable insights and practical advice on how to manage your career in the 21st century. A must-read for everybody who cares about their careers.
Written by three of the most eminent people studying careers today, this book helps you find your personal answers to some of the most pressing questions about you and your career, such as: What am I good at? What drives me? How do I work best? and Who can help me thrive? This book is a rich, concise, and beautifully written distillation of years of research and thinking (by the authors and others, such as Ellen Langer, Edgar Schein, and Mary Catherine Bateson)about the different types of career intelligence. It provides clear, concise steps for taking stock (growing your self-awareness) and taking action (achieving success.) The final chapter, 'Building Your World' is beautifully written and provides enough wisdom and inspiration to make it alone worth theprice of the book! You or someone you love should definitely have a copy of An Intelligent Career!
An Intelligent Career provides insight and inspiration for how to use work to become the person you want to be, rather than be used by work and left behind as the digital revolution changes the landscape of careers. This splendid book will greatly increase your knowledge of why, how, and when to make your next career move.
An appealing wake-up call, with academically supported practical advice, structured storytelling, cutting-edge approaches and historical best practices. An inspiring guide to life and career, to be put into the hands of every ambitious information worker. A real treasure.
Modern careers take place in conditions of uncertainty, disruption, and emergence. While most of us can't control our careers, we can create propensity for success by becoming more aware of current and potential change and adapting ourselves so that we can take advantage of emergent opportunities. If career self-management is about creating an adaptive mindset, then An Intelligent Career provides a practical toolkit for survival in this environment.
Popular business writers often discuss the knowledge-based economy and the intelligent enterprise. However, few explore how this paradigm impacts people's careers. Arthur, Khapova, and Richardson provide a workbook for today's knowledge workers seeking to take a composite, dynamic view of their career. These career experts urge workers to take charge of their own careers, assess their cognitive and problem-solving skills, and develop their intellectual assets. Armedwith this understanding, people can recognize and act on new career opportunities and dynamic work environments...Knowing how to realistically navigate today's work environment replaces the former benign loyalty and dependence on a single employer. These writers have developed an insightful andpractical approach for reassessing careers in today's world of work. They also inform employers on how to support intelligent careers.