Career experts’ conceptions of innovation in career development
Kettunen, J. (2021). Career experts’ conceptions of innovation in career development. International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, Early online. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10775-021-09509-9
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This article reports the findings from a phenomenographic investigation into career experts’ conceptions of innovation in career development. The results show that conceptions of innovation in career development varied from (1) initiating service, (2) developing demographic-based programmes, (3) professionalising the sector to (4) exploiting cross-sectoral synergies. The findings give us a more profound understanding of critical aspects that may have an important role in improving innovation in career development.
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