Publications directly related to the ICCS®



Ana C. Berríos-Allison, Ana C. (2013) Review of the Intelligent Career Card Sort®. In Wood, C. &Hays, D. G., A Counselor's Guide To Career Assessment Instruments--6th Edition. National Career Development Association, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

Parker, P. &Carroll, B. (2009) Leadership Development: Insights from aCareers Perspective. Leadership, Vol. 5, 261-283

Parker, P. (2008) Promoting employability in a “flat” world. Journal of Employment Counseling, Vol. 45, March, 2-13.

Parker, P. & Arthur, M. B. (2004) Giving voice to the dual-career couple. British Journal of Guidance &Counselling,Vol. 32, No. 1, 3-23.

Parker, P. & Arthur, M. B. (2004) Coaching for career development and leadership development: An intelligent career approach. Australian Journal of Career Development,Vol.13 , No. 3, 55-60.

Parker, P., Arthur, M. B., Inkson, K. (2004). Career Communities: A Preliminary Exploration of Member-Defined Career Support Structures. Journal Of Organizational Behavior, Vol. 25, 489-514.

DeFillippi , R. J., Arthur, M. B. & Parker, P. (2003) Internet odysseys: linking web roles to career and community investments. International Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol. 14, 751-767,

Amundson, N.E., Parker, P. & Arthur, M.B. (2002). Merging two worlds: Linking occupational and organisational career counselling. Australian Journal of Career Development, Vol. 11, No. 3, 26-35.

Arthur, M.B., Amundson, N. & Parker, P. (2002). The development and application of the Intelligent Career Card Sort®. In V. W. Didriksen (Ed.)The Compass of Career, Copenhagen: Civiløkonomerne (The Danish Organization for Management and Business Economics). (English translation available.)

Parker, P. (2002). Creativity in contract workers’ careers. In M. A. Peiperl, M. B. Arthur, & N. Anand (Eds.) Career creativity: Explorations in the Remaking of Work. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Parker, P. (2002). Working with the intelligent career model. Journal of Employment Counseling, 39, 83-96.

Parker, P. & Arthur, M.B. (2000). Careers, organizing, and community. In M. A. Peiperl, M. B. Arthur, R. Goffee and T. Morris (Eds.) Career Frontiers: New Conceptions of Working Lives, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 101-114

Parker, P. & Arthur, M.B. (2002). Bringing “new science” into careers research.M@n@gement, 5, 105-125.

Wnuk, S. &Amundson, N. (2003). Using the Intelligent Careers Card Sort® with university students.Career Development Quarterly, Vol. 51, Issue 3, 274-284.

Publications about underlying "intelligent career" theory



Arthur, M. B., Claman, P. H. & DeFellippi, R. J. (1995). Intelligent enterprise, intelligent career. Academy of Management Executive, 9, 1-15.

Arthur, M. B., DeFillippi, R. J. & Jones, C. (2001). Project-based learning as the interplay of career and non-financial capital. Management Learning, 32, 99-117.

Arthur, M. B., DeFillippi, R. J. & Lindsay, V. J. (2001). Careers, Communities, and Industry Evolution: Links to Complexity Theory. International Journal of Innovation Management, 5, 2, 239-252.

Arthur, M. B., Inkson, K. I., & Pringle, J. K. (1999). The New Careers. London: Sage Publications.

Arthur, M. B. & Parker, P. (In press). Technology, community and the practice of HRM. Human Resource Planning.

Cadin, L. Bailley-Bender, A-F & Saint-Giniez, Veronique de (2000). Exploring boundaryless careers in the French context. In M. A. Peiperl, M. B. Arthur, R. Goffee and T. Morris (Eds.) Career Frontiers: New Conceptions of Working Lives Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 228-255.

DeFillippi, R. J. & Arthur, M. B. (1994). The Boundaryless Career: A Competency-Based Perspective. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 15, 307-324.

DeFillippi, R. J. & Arthur, M. B. (1996). Boundarlyless contexts and careers: A competency-based perspective. In M. B. Arthur & D. M. Rousseau (Eds.). The boundaryless career. A new employment principle for a new organizational era (pp. 116-131). New York: Oxford University Press.

DeFillippi, R. J. & Arthur, M. B. (2002). Career Creativity to Industry Influence: A Blueprint for the Knowledge Economy? In M. A. Peiperl, M. B. Arthur and N. Anand (Eds.) Career Creativity, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp 298-313.

DeFillippi, R. J., Arthur, M. B. & Parker, P. (In press) Internet Odysseys: Linking Web Roles to Career and Community Investments. International Journal of Human Resource Management.

Inkson, K. & Arthur, M. B. (In press). Career Development: Extending the “Organizational Careers” Framework. In S. G. Niles and Associates Adult Career Development: Theories, Concepts and Practices (Third Edition), Columbus, OH: National Career Development Association.

Inkson, K. & Arthur, M. B. (2001). How to be a successful career capitalist. Organizational Dynamics, 30, 48-61.

Jones, C. & DeFillippi, R. J. (1996). Back to the future in film: Combining industry and self-knowledge to meet the career challenges of the 21st century," Academy of Management Executive, 10(4): 89-104.

Jones, C. & Lichenstein, M. B. (2000). The ‘architecture’ of careers: How career competencies reveal firm dominant logic in professional services. In M. A. Peiperl, M. B. Arthur, R. Goffee and T. Morris (Eds.) Career Frontiers: New Conceptions of Working Lives Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 101-114.

Publications of further interest

Amundson, N. E. (1988). The use of metaphor and drawings in case conceptualisation. Journal of Counseling and Development, 66, 391-393.

Amundson, N. E. (2003). Active Engagement: Enhancing the Career Counseling Process (2nd. Ed.). Richmond, BC: Ergon Communications.

Arthur, M. B., Hall, D. T., & Lawrence, B. S. (1989). Handbook of Career Theory. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Arthur, M. B. & D. M. Rousseau, Eds. (1996). The Boundaryless Career: A New Employment Principle for A New Organizational Era. New York, Oxford University Press.

De Janasz, Ss C. & Sullivan, S. E. Multiple mentoring in academe: developing the professorial network. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2002, pp. C1-6.

Inkson, K. (2002). Thinking creatively about careers: The use of metaphor. In M. A. Peiperl, M. B. Arthur, M. B. & N. Anand (Eds.) Career creativity: Explorations in the Remaking of Work. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 15-34.

Inkson, K. & Amundson, N. E. (2002). Career metaphors and their application in theory and counseling practice. Journal of Employment Counseling, 39, 3, 98-108.

Littleton, S. M., Arthur, M. B. and Rousseau, D. M. (2000). The future of boundaryless careers. In A. Collin and R. A. Young (Eds.) The Future of Career. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 101-114.

Peiperl, M. & Baruch, Y. (1997). Back to square zero: The post-corporate career. Organizational Dynamics, 25, 6-22.

Peiperl, M. A., Arthur, M. B., Goffee, R., & Morris, T. (2000). Career Frontiers: New Conceptions of Working Lives. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Peiperl, M. A., Arthur, M. B. & Anand, N. (2002). Career creativity: Explorations in the Remaking of Work. Oxford: Oxford University Press.