His main research concerns Career development, Pedagogy, Organizational behavior, Career theory and Knowledge management. Michael B. Arthur regularly links together related areas like Occupational mobility in his Career development studies. The concepts of his Pedagogy study are interwoven with issues in Action and Competence.
The Organizational behavior study combines topics in areas such as Self-concept, Leadership style, Transformational leadership, Transactional leadership and Argument. His Career theory research incorporates themes from Peer group, Job security and Labour economics. His work on Human resource management is typically connected to Expatriate as part of general Knowledge management study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Michael B. Arthur mostly deals with Public relations, Career development, Knowledge management, Pedagogy and Human resource management. His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Career portfolio, Focus group, Knowledge economy and Organizational structure. His Career development study results in a more complete grasp of Social psychology.
His study on Social psychology is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Argument. His Knowledge management research includes themes of Marketing, Strategic management, Human resources, Set and Field. His Human resource management study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Social space and Career theory.
Michael B. Arthur mainly investigates Public relations, Engineering ethics, History, Career management and Scholarship. His Public relations research incorporates elements of Interdependence, Framing, Social space and Human resource management. His studies examine the connections between Engineering ethics and genetics, as well as such issues in Employability, with regards to Career development.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Career development, Meaning are connected with Marketing and Career theory and other disciplines. His Career theory research integrates issues from Management, Strategic management and Social environment. As a part of the same scientific family, Michael B. Arthur mostly works in the field of Social science, focusing on Meaning and, on occasion, Agency.
Michael B. Arthur mainly focuses on Public relations, Field, Extant taxon, Qualitative property and Set. Many of his research projects under Public relations are closely connected to Physical mobility, Mixed effects and Institutional support with Physical mobility, Mixed effects and Institutional support, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. Michael B. Arthur combines topics linked to Pedagogy with his work on Field.
His multidisciplinary approach integrates Extant taxon and Economic interventionism in his work.
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The Boundaryless Career: A New Employment Principle for a New Organizational Era
Michael B. Arthur;Denise M. Rousseau.
The Motivational Effects of Charismatic Leadership: A Self-Concept Based Theory
Boas Shamir;Robert J. House;Michael B. Arthur.
The boundaryless career: a competency- based perspective
Robert J. Defillippi;Michael B. Arthur.
Journal of Organizational Behavior (1994)
Career success in a boundaryless career world.
Michael B. Arthur;Svetlana N. Khapova;Celeste P. M. Wilderom.
academy of management annual meeting (2005)
The boundaryless career: A new perspective for organizational inquiry
Michael B. Arthur.
Journal of Organizational Behavior (1994)
Handbook of Career Theory
Michael B. Arthur;Douglas T. Hall;Barbara Steinberg Lawrence.
The New Careers: Individual Action and Economic Change
Michael B. Arthur;Kerr Inkson;Judith K. Pringle.
The evolution of the boundaryless career concept: Examining physical and psychological mobility
Sherry E. Sullivan;Michael B. Arthur.
Paradox in Project-Based Enterprise: The Case of Film Making
Robert J. DeFillippi;Michael B. Arthur.
California Management Review (1998)
Generating new directions in career theory: The case for a transdisciplinary approach.
Michael B. Arthur;Douglas T. Hall;Barbara S. Lawrence.
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