Career creativity : explorations in the remaking of work

Published on Jan 1, 2002
Maury A. Peiperl2
Estimated H-index: 2
Michael B. Arthur38
Estimated H-index: 38
N. Anand14
Estimated H-index: 14
1. Introducing Career Creativity PART I: CREATIVE CAREERS OBSERVED 2. Thinking Creatively about Careers: The Use of Metaphor 3. Paths to Creativity for Knowledge-Intensive Workers 4. Chalk Lines, Open Borders, Glass Walls, and Frontiers: Careers and Creativity 5. Designing Creative Careers and Creative Lives through Reduced-Load Work Arrangements PART II: CREATIVE CAREERS ENACTED 6. CareerCraft: Engaging with, Energizing, and Empowering Career Creativity 7. Creativity in Contract Workers' Careers 8. Career Resilience and the Mastery of Career Adversity 9. Career Creativity as Protean Identity PART III: CAREERS IN CREATIVE INDUSTRIES 10. Symbiotic Careers in Movie Making: Pedro and Agustin Almodovar 11. Signaling Expertise: How Signals Shape Careers in Creative Industries 12. Boundaryless Careers in Entertainment: Executive Women's Experiences PART IV: CAREERS CREATING INDUSTRIES 13. How Chaotic Careers Create Orderly Fields 14. Careers Creating Industries: Some Early Evidence from the Biotechnology Industry 15. Career Creativity to Industry Influence: A Bluepring for the Knowledge Economy? 16. Staying Creative about Careers
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