Sub-theme 01: (SWG): Careers within and across Organizations: The Return of Boundaries?

Hugh Gunz, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Canada
Wolfgang Mayrhofer, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria
Polly Parker, University of Queensland, Australia
Session I: Thursday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:45, H-B22
Context and Career Change
Chair: Michael Dickmann
Martina Gianecchini
Dissatisfied and employed or satisfied and unemployed? The role of labour market conditions on graduates' early career
Gina Dokko and Vibha Gaba
Stepping stones to career change: How experience and the context of work can facilitate entry to new occupations for mid-career workers
Session II: Thursday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, H-B22
Protean Careers
Chair: Zella King
Monika Hamori, Burak Koyuncu and Thomas Graf
Crossing organizational boundaries: The antecedents and rewards of job hopping among highly-skilled early-career professionals
Kadriye Övgü Çakmak
Protean and boundaryless career attitudes and organizational commitment in Turkey:The effects of perceived supervisor support
Norihiko Takeuchi and Yuhee Jung
Relationships among protean career, organizational supports, and subjective career success in early and mid-career stages
Jon P. Briscoe, Lea Waters and Douglas T. Hall
The protean career approach: A "positive" way to cope with the boundary of unemployment?
Session III: Thursday, July 07, 16:00 to 17:30, H-B22
Culture and Careers
Chair: Florian Schramm
Basak Yanar, Soo Min Toh and Hugh Gunz
Facing the glass wall: Perceiving career boundaries affect career outcomes and immigrant professional identity salience
Michael Dickmann and Jean-Luc Cerdin
Bounded and unbounded careers in Singapore: Assessing attraction factors of locals and foreigners to live in the Southeast Asian capital
Katharina Chudzikowski, Svenja Tams and Stefanie Gustafsson
Examining organizational career scripts and boundaries from a culture-as-practice perspective
Session IV: Friday, July 08, 09:00 to 11:00, H-B22
Boundaries and their Roles in Careers
Chair: Marijke Verbruggen
John Arnold, Crispin Coombs and Martin Gubler
Organizational boundaries and beyond – Empirical findings regarding the nature of career boundaries
Kerr Inkson
Reflections on boundary-crossing and career mapping in non-boundaryless careers
Barbara Myers and Judith K. Pringle
Careers of older women: Challenging the boundaries
Session V: Friday, July 08, 14:00 to 16:00, H-B22
Developing One's Career
Chair: Katharina Chudzikowski
Cécile Tschopp and Amy Wrzesniewski
MBA programs as a stepping stone for career changes?
Shoshana Dobrow and Jennifer Tosti-Kharas
Listen to your heart? Calling and receptivity to career advice
Laura Guillen and Konstantin Korotov
Motivation to lead: An internal boundary for career development?
Session VI: Saturday, July 09, 09:00 to 10:30, H-B22
Occupations, Boundaries and Careers
Chair: Kerr Inkson
Ralph Kattenbach, Janine Luecke, Florian Schramm, Markus Latzke, Bernadette Loacker, Wolfgang Mayrhofer and Thomas M. Schneidhofer
A changing career world? An empirical analysis on job mobility among managers and professionals in Germany
Andrew Parker
Careers in a changing landscape: Lateral boundaries and mobility within the U.S. legal profession
Ilaria Piconi and Daniele Mascia
Unfolding career boundaries in health care: An empirical study of hospital CEOs' career paths in the Italian NHS
Marita Haas, Christina Keinert-Kisin, Sabine T. Koeszegi and Eva Zedlacher
New wine in old wineskins: New career boundaries for women in old networks in academia
Session VII: Saturday, July 09, 11:00 to 12:30, H-B22
The Unknown at the Other Side of the Boundary
Chair: Monika Hamori
Peter Kels
Mediating intersected career boundaries. Career politics of professionals in the energy supply industry
Sarah Vansteenkiste, Marijke Verbruggen and Luc Sels
Being flexible as unemployed: A blessing or a curse?
Zella King and Jane Sturges
An exploration of the organizational characteristics of career supporters and their cross-boundary resources