Jane Sturges
Jane Sturges
Reader in Organisational Behaviour, King's Business School, King's College London
Verified email at kcl.ac.uk
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Managing the career deal: The psychological contract as a framework for understanding career management, organizational commitment and work behavior
J Sturges, N Conway, D Guest, A Liefooghe
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2005
7042005
A longitudinal study of the relationship between career management and organizational commitment among graduates in the first ten years at work
J Sturges, D Guest, N Conway, KM Davey
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2002
6202002
What it means to succeed: Personal conceptions of career success held by male and female managers at different ages
J Sturges
British journal of management 10 (3), 239-252, 1999
5051999
Working to live or living to work? Work/life balance early in the career
J Sturges, D Guest
Human Resource Management Journal 14 (4), 5-20, 2004
5042004
Who's in charge? Graduates' attitudes to and experiences of career management and their relationship with organizational commitment
J Sturges, D Guest, KK Mac Davey
European journal of work and organizational psychology 9 (3), 351-370, 2000
2252000
Crafting a balance between work and home
J Sturges
Human relations 65 (12), 1539-1559, 2012
1672012
Capitalising on learning: an exploration of the MBA as a vehicle for developing career competencies
J Sturges, R Simpson, Y Altman
International Journal of Training and Development 7 (1), 53-66, 2003
1622003
Don't leave me this way! A qualitative study of influences on the organisational commitment and turnover intentions of graduates early in their career
J Sturges, D Guest
British Journal of Guidance and Counselling 29 (4), 447-462, 2001
1482001
All in a day's work? Career self‐management and the management of the boundary between work and non‐work
J Sturges
Human Resource Management Journal 18 (2), 118-134, 2008
1292008
Organizational support, individual attributes, and the practice of career self-management behavior
J Sturges, N Conway, A Liefooghe
Group & Organization Management 35 (1), 108-141, 2010
1162010
Using self‐determination theory to understand the relationship between calling enactment and daily well‐being
N Conway, M Clinton, J Sturges, A Budjanovcanin
Journal of Organizational Behavior 36 (8), 1114-1131, 2015
892015
“It’s tough hanging-up a call”: the relationships between calling and work hours, psychological detachment, sleep quality, and morning vigor.
ME Clinton, N Conway, J Sturges
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 22 (1), 28, 2017
852017
Gender, age, and the MBA: An analysis of extrinsic and intrinsic career benefits
R Simpson, J Sturges, A Woods, Y Altman
Journal of Management Education 29 (2), 218-247, 2005
852005
Transient, unsettling and creative space: Experiences of liminality through the accounts of Chinese students on a UK-based MBA
R Simpson, J Sturges, P Weight
Management Learning 41 (1), 53-70, 2010
742010
Career progress and career barriers: women MBA graduates in Canada and the UK
R Simpson, J Sturges, A Woods, Y Altman
Career Development International, 2004
692004
A matter of time: Young professionals’ experiences of long work hours
J Sturges
Work, employment and society 27 (2), 343-359, 2013
572013
Living to work, working to live: Conceptualisations of careers among contemporary workers
D Guest, J Sturges
Handbook of career studies, ?-?, 2006
512006
What's the deal? An exploration of career management behaviour in Iceland
J Sturges, N Conway, A Liefooghe
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 19 (4), 752-768, 2008
472008
Making it to the top in Britain
S Vinnicombe, V Singh, J Sturges
Women on corporate boards of directors, 57-73, 2000
362000
Should I Stay Or Should I Go?: Issues Relating to the Retention of Graduate Recruits
J Sturges, D Guest
Association of Graduate Recruiters, 1999
301999
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