Jogulu, Uma, Parris, Melissa A. and Wolfram Cox, Julie 2009, Middle managerial careers in the 21st century, in ANZAM 2009 : Sustainable management and marketing, Promaco Conventions, [Canning Bridge, W.A.], pp. 1-15.
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Managerial careers no longer conform to traditional career paths, progressing within the hierarchical structure of one or two organisations. Instead, organisational restructuring and changed business practices have impacted middle managers' job security and the need to take personal responsibility for their careers. Concurrently. the nature ofmiddle managerial work has altered - bringing increasing intensity and a requirement to manage within new workplace practices such as flexibility initiatives and short-term managerial contracts. These changes have implications for how human resource professionals both attract and retain talented managers. This paper argues for a critical re-consideration ofthe distinct nature ofmiddle managerial careers.
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970115 Expanding Knowledge in Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services
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