Examining Organizational Career Scripts from a Culture-as-Practice Perspective

Annual Academy of Management Meeting

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Abstract

Consistent with studies that highlight the importance of organizational context to
careers (Rodrigues & Guest, 2010), this paper draws attention to the organizational
context as a source of career scripts. We develop the notion of career scripts to address two related questions: (1) how individuals experience organizational practices to structure the development of their careers within the organization, and (2) to what extend these practices present a coherent (vis-à-vis a pluralistic) career script.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 2012
EventAcademy of Management Conference, 2012 - USA, Boston, USA United States
Duration: 3 Aug 20127 Aug 2012

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ConferenceAcademy of Management Conference, 2012
CountryUSA United States
CityBoston
Period3/08/127/08/12

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Organizational practices

Keywords

  • careers
  • organizational culture

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Chudzikowski, K., Tams, S., & Gustafsson, S. (2012). Examining Organizational Career Scripts from a Culture-as-Practice Perspective: Annual Academy of Management Meeting. Paper presented at Academy of Management Conference, 2012, Boston, USA United States.

Examining Organizational Career Scripts from a Culture-as-Practice Perspective : Annual Academy of Management Meeting. / Chudzikowski, K.; Tams, S.; Gustafsson, S.

2012. Paper presented at Academy of Management Conference, 2012, Boston, USA United States.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Chudzikowski, K, Tams, S & Gustafsson, S 2012, 'Examining Organizational Career Scripts from a Culture-as-Practice Perspective: Annual Academy of Management Meeting' Paper presented at Academy of Management Conference, 2012, Boston, USA United States, 3/08/12 - 7/08/12, .
Chudzikowski K, Tams S, Gustafsson S. Examining Organizational Career Scripts from a Culture-as-Practice Perspective: Annual Academy of Management Meeting. 2012. Paper presented at Academy of Management Conference, 2012, Boston, USA United States.
Chudzikowski, K. ; Tams, S. ; Gustafsson, S. / Examining Organizational Career Scripts from a Culture-as-Practice Perspective : Annual Academy of Management Meeting. Paper presented at Academy of Management Conference, 2012, Boston, USA United States.
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