The aim of this paper is to extend our knowledge on the boundaryless career theory by providing a quantitative study on how the diversity of career patterns accumulated by project workers affects the project team performance. More specifically, we analyze the dimension of diversity by investigating the different products on which project workers worked in the past. In order to address this issue, we focus on the creative context of Italian TV drama series production teams by investigating the career patterns of 1,736 actors who worked in this industry from 1996 to 2010. To quantify the diversity of career patterns, optimal matching analysis –OMA- is used.

Extending the notion of boundaryless careers in the creative economy: evidences from Italian TV drama series industry / Boccardelli, P.; Vicentini, F.. - (2016). ((Intervento presentato al convegno 32nd EGOS Colloquium tenutosi a Napoli nel 7-9 luglio 2016.

Extending the notion of boundaryless careers in the creative economy: evidences from Italian TV drama series industry

Boccardelli P.
;
Vicentini F.
2016

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The aim of this paper is to extend our knowledge on the boundaryless career theory by providing a quantitative study on how the diversity of career patterns accumulated by project workers affects the project team performance. More specifically, we analyze the dimension of diversity by investigating the different products on which project workers worked in the past. In order to address this issue, we focus on the creative context of Italian TV drama series production teams by investigating the career patterns of 1,736 actors who worked in this industry from 1996 to 2010. To quantify the diversity of career patterns, optimal matching analysis –OMA- is used.
boundaryless career; diversity; patterns; project; TV drama;
Extending the notion of boundaryless careers in the creative economy: evidences from Italian TV drama series industry / Boccardelli, P.; Vicentini, F.. - (2016). ((Intervento presentato al convegno 32nd EGOS Colloquium tenutosi a Napoli nel 7-9 luglio 2016.
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