Mary Dean Lee

Congratulations to Professor Emeritus Mary Dean Lee of Organizational Behavior on being awarded JMS Best Paper 2015 for "Going Off Script: How Managers Make Sense of the Ending of Their Careers"

AuthorsVough, H.C.Bataille, C.D.Sung, N.C.Lee, M.D.

Publication: Journal of Management Studies 

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Published on: 6 Oct 2016

Rather than slipping quietly into retirement, managers should create new opportunities toward the end of their careers, Professor Mary Dean Lee from the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University suggests.

Professor Lee and her research team interviewed 100 executives and managers who had recently retired or were actively considering it and HR professionals from 24 companies to explore the different paths taken to retirement today. 

Read full article: PALife, June 30, 2016 

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Published on: 6 Jul 2016

Retirement is not an end but a beginning - an opportunity to experiment and explore, to engage in pursuits you value, and perhaps to reinvent your legacy. Rather than just slipping quietly into retirement, here's why you should create new opportunities towards the end of your career.

Mary Dean Lee is professor Emeritus, organisational behaviour and human resource management at the Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University. 

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Published on: 22 Jun 2016

Rather than just slipping quietly into retirement, managers should create new opportunities towards the end of their careers, Professor Mary Dean Lee from the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University suggests.  

Professor Lee and her research team interviewed 100 executives and managers who had recently retired or were actively considering it and HR professionals from 24 companies to explore the different paths taken to retirement today.

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Published on: 26 May 2016

Rather than just slipping quietly into retirement, managers should create new opportunities towards the end of their careers, Professor Mary Dean Lee from the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University suggests.

Professor Lee and her research team interviewed 100 executives and managers who had recently retired or were actively considering it and HR professionals from 24 companies to explore the different paths taken to retirement today.

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Published on: 25 May 2016

Authors: Vough, H., Bataille, C., Sargent, L., Lee, M.

Publication: Harvard Business Review

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Published on: 19 May 2016

Authors: Lee, M. D., Zikic, J., Noh, S.-C., Sargent, L.

Publication: Human Resource Management

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Published on: 5 Feb 2016

Author: Kossek, E.E., Ollier-Malaterre, A., Lee, M. D., Pichler, S., Hall, D.T.
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Abstract: Human Resource Management

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Published on: 28 Jan 2016

Authors: Martin, B. and Lee, M. D.

Publication: Work, employment and society

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Published on: 23 Jul 2015

Authors: Klag, M., Jansen, K. J and Lee, M. D.

Publication: The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science

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Published on: 15 May 2015

Authors: Vough, H. C., Bataille, C. D., Noh, S. C., Lee, M. D.

Publication: Journal Of Management Studies

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Published on: 15 May 2015

Authors: Hall, Douglas T. Hall; Lee, Mary Dean; Kossek, Ellen Ernst; Heras, Mireia Las

Publication: Journal of Social Issues, December 2012

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Published on: 21 Nov 2013

What is success and how do you measure it? The experiences of a diversegroup of workers show how – and how much – they managed to balance career success with family responsibilities. Those who managed to strike the balance defined success on their own terms, had a strong sense of self and wereprepared to make trade-offs.

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Published on: 20 Nov 2013

Authors: Sargent, Leisa; Lee, Mary Dean; Martin, Bill; Zikic, Jelena

Publication: Human Relations, January 2013

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Published on: 16 May 2013