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Research and application: how do we go from developing research to influencing practice?

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Talk delivered at UWS on April 27th 2017 to career guidance students

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Research and application: how do we go from developing research to influencing practice?

  1. 1. Research and application: how do we go from developing research to influencing practice? Lyndsey Jenkins PhD student Edinburgh Napier University Part of the Scottish Graduate School of Social Science (SGSSS) and Skills Development Scotland (SDS) Collaborative PhD Programme Twitter: @LJenk2015PhD Blog: lyndseyjenkins.org Email: L.Jenkins@napier.ac.uk
  2. 2. Session structure https://www.upsidelearning.com/blog/index.php/2010/03/08/how-to-use-microblogging-in-workplace-learning/ Twitter: @LJenk2015PhD Blog: lyndseyjenkins.org Email: L.Jenkins@napier.ac.uk
  3. 3. Background Twitter: @LJenk2015PhD Blog: lyndseyjenkins.org Email: L.Jenkins@napier.ac.uk www.bps.org.uk
  4. 4. Background Internship PhD
  5. 5. The research internship • Flexible • Build skills • Output
  6. 6. Outputs of the internship • 2 posters • 1 paper • 1 prize • 2 publications
  7. 7. Interactive Support Effects on Career Agency and Occupational Engagement Among Young Adults
  8. 8. PIC Model (Gati & Asher, 2001) Pre-screening In-depth exploration Choice http://www.careeroftheday.com.au/assets/11.07.16-8-Tips-In-Making-a-Wise-Career-Choice.jpg
  9. 9. career decision required career decision made occupational engagement and / or career agency Move through stages of PIC process Paper objectives
  10. 10. career decision required career decision made occupational engagement and / or career agency • support received • Personality • decision making window Move through stages of PIC process Paper objectives
  11. 11. Methods
  12. 12. Findings Leap into Research, Edinburgh Napier University, March 2016
  13. 13. The PhD Enhancing the capacity for workplace learning and innovation in Scotland
  14. 14. Purpose of the PhD…
  15. 15. Aim http://www.questpartnership.co.uk/news/innovative-work-behaviours-msc-research-project/
  16. 16. Methods Stage 1: Secondary data analysis of European and UK innovation data
  17. 17. http://www.hotel-industry.co.uk/2015/05/hotel-industry-a-changing-business-landscape/ Methods Stage 3:Stage 2:
  18. 18. Research dissemination Poster presentations in Scotland… Talks in Croatia…
  19. 19. Question to discuss: How (and where) do you access research and information to be able to apply this to your own practice?
  20. 20. Quick recap… http://stcwestcoast.ca/presidents-message/strategic-planning-session-recap
  21. 21. Any questions?
  22. 22. Find me elsewhere: Email: L.Jenkins@napier.ac.uk Twitter: @LJenk2015 PhD Blog: lyndseyjenkins.org Napier Page: http://www.iidi.napier.ac.uk/l.jenkins
  23. 23. Useful references Battistelli, A., Montani, F., & Odoardi, C. (2013). The impact of feedback from job and task autonomy in the relationship between dispositional resistance to change and innovative work behaviour. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 22(1), 26–41. http://doi.org/10.1080/1359432X.2011.616653 Chan, S. (2016). Belonging to a workplace: first-year apprentices’ perspectives on factors determining engagement and continuation through apprenticeship. International Journal of Vocational Education, 16, 9-27. Gati, I., & Asher, I. (2001). Prescreening, in-depth exploration, and choice: From decision theory to career counselling practice. The Career Development Quarterly, 50, 140–157. Jenkins, L., & Jeske, D. (2016). Interactive support effects on career agency and occupational engagement among young adults. Journal of Career Assessment. Jenkins, L., Lin, R., & Jeske, D. (2016). Influences and benefits of role models on social media. In Y.K. Dwivedi et al. (Eds.): I3E 2016 Social Media: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (Ch. 60, pp. 673-684). Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) 9844. Springer: IFIP International Federation for Information Processing. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-45234-0_60 (http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-45234-0_60) Kleysen, R. F., & Street, C. T. (2001). Toward a multi-dimensional measure of individual innovative behavior. Journal of Intellectual Capital, 2(3), 284–296. http://doi.org/10.1108/EUM0000000005660 Lee, C., Hallak, R., & Sardeshmukh, S. R. (2016). Innovation, entrepreneurship, and restaurant performance: A higher-order structural model. Tourism Management, 53, 215–228. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.tourman.2015.09.017 OECD and Eurostat. Oslo Manual: Guidelines for collecting and interpreting technological innovation data. Report for the OECD. 3rd ed. Paris: OECD, 2005. Scottish Government (2015). Scotland’s Economic Strategy, March 2015. Scotland, UK. Retrieved from: http://www.gov.scot/Resource/0047/00472389.pdf

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