In this paper by Rikard Larsson and Michael J. Driver, a career perspective is applied to mergers and acquisitions to highlight the individual viewpoint in these prevalent organizational events.
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Where is Human Resources Management Going? Six Models in Search of a Future
Michael Driver, Robert Coffey, and David E. Bowen state that there seems to be a growing consensus that HRM is at a crucial crossroads in its role within corporations in the United States.
Demographic and Societal Factors Affecting the Linear Career Crisis
The basic premise in this paper by Michael J. Driver (USC) is that most managers and organizations are defining careers as a linear progression up a career ladder.
Future Trends in Engineering Careers: A Career Concept Approach
Michael J. Driver (USC) argues that social and technological trends in American society suggest that engineering careers stressing a linear, upward movement concept are headed for problems.