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Title:The socio-material nature of careers work: an exploration of knowledge co-creation amongst career practitioners
Author(s):Milosheva, Marina; Hall, Hazel; Robertson, Peter; Cruickshank, Peter; Lyall, Catherine
Subject(s):knowledge co-creation
careers
technologies
socio-material
Abstract:While knowledge co-creation is a main source of innovation in organisations, little is known about the co-creation of knowledge in career settings, particularly in the context of career guidance. This study represents a novel contribution in the consideration of knowledge co-creation in career settings through the exploration of daily routines of a previously underexplored group of professionals. Ten semi-structured interviews with career practitioners employed by Skills Development Scotland (SDS) were conducted and analysed through a socio-material methodological approach. The findings indicate that career knowledge co-creation is an assemblage of information and socialisation practices situated in a set of socio-material contexts. Specifically, these practices are performed in both physical and technological spaces, and are predicated on career practitioners’ interpretation of their employing organisation’s practice-structuring concepts. While technologies are conducive to the information and socialisation practices that constitute career knowledge co-creation, they can also serve as barriers to its success.
Issue Date:2021-03-17
Publisher:iSchools
Genre:Conference Poster
Type:Text
Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/109678
Rights Information:Copyright 2021 is held by Marina Milosheva, Hazel Hall, Peter Robertson, Peter Cruickshank, and Catherine Lyall. Copyright permissions, when appropriate, must be obtained directly from the authors.
Date Available in IDEALS:2021-03-19


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