Jelena Zikic

Professeur agrégé à la School of Human Resource Management de l'Université York

La Dre. Jelena Zikic a reçu son doctorat de l’école de gestion Joseph L. Rotman à l'Université de Toronto. Avant cela elle a étudié à la London School of Economics, où elle a obtenu sa maîtrise ès sciences en psychologie sociale et organisationnelle. Sa recherche se focalise sur les questions de gestion de carrière, combinant les perspectives individuelle et organisationnelle. En particulier, la Dre. Zikic a élaboré son programme de recherche et son expertise dans les transitions de carrière, le stress et l’adaptation, et la théorie du développement de carrière. Elle a aussi développé une partie de sa carrière à l'échelle internationale et est actuellement impliqué dans plusieurs projets transculturels. En ce moment, la Dre. Zikic travaille sur trois projets principaux et tous les trois sont financés par le CRSH. Elle s'intéresse surtout à l'étude des transitions de carrière des immigrants professionnels, et à l'examen des obstacles personnels et structurels à leur réussite professionnelle, ainsi que leurs stratégies de survie dans le nouveau marché du travail. Elle favorise la pensée critique et la réflexion dans sa pédagogie, et elle se focalise sur l’enseignement de la gestion de carrière, la gestion stratégique des ressources humaines et la communication organisationnelle. Son expérience et sa formation internationales lui donnent la possibilité de s’identifier aux étudiants de l'Université York, qui sont de plus en plus diversifiés et ouverts d’esprit sur le monde.

La Dre. Zikic a été oratrice à de nombreuses conférences nationales et internationales, et son travail a été publié dans des revues tels que Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Journal of Managerial Psychology, et Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, entre autres. Plus récemment, son travail a été présenté dans le journal Globe and Mail, sur la chaîne anglophone de Radio-Canada et dans le HR Reporter. Elle est récipiendaire du Prix Verity International du meilleur article et le prix Literati de Emerald Publishing pour l’article très commenté. En avril 2008, elle a reçu le Prix du doyen pour l'excellence en recherche en 2008.

Contact

Téléphone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 22865
Email: Jelenaz@yorku.ca

Gestion, processus de chômage et d'adaptation, processus d'adaptation des carrières et élaboration de la théorie du perfectionnement professionnel, Étude des transitions de carrière de diverses populations (p. ex., professionnels des immigrants, Expatriés, Entrepreneurs, Baby-boomers), Études culturelles croisées, recherche sur le terrain et combinaison de méthodes de recherche quantitative et qualitative, Gestion des ressources humaines

  • Exploring individual level resilience
    1. Exploring individual level resilience: Unpacking individual, institutional, and social forces in building migrant resilience
    2. Exploring individual level resilience: unpacking labour market success among successful immigrants, the role of the individual, institutional, and social forces in building resilience -2018

  • Lee, D.M., Zikic, J., Sung-Chul, N., & Leisa, S. (2017) . Human Resource Approaches to Retirement: Gatekeeping, Improvising, Orchestrating, and Partnering. Human Resource Management, 56 (3), 455-477.
  • Zikic, J. & Richardson, J. (2016) . What happens when you can’t be who you are: Professional identity at the institutional periphery. Human Relations, vol. 69 (1), pp.139-168.
  • Koen, J., van Vianen, A.E.M., Klehe, U.C. & Zikic, J. (2016) . “A Whole New Future”: Identity Construction among Disadvantaged Young Adults. Career Development International, vol.21 (7), 1-25.
  • Y. Shen, B. Demel, J. Unite, J.P. Briscoe, D.T. Hall, K. Chudzikowski, W. Mayrhofer, R. Abdul-Ghani, B. Bogicevic Milikic, O. Colorado, Z. Fei, M. Las Heras, E. Ogliastri, A. Pazy, J.M.L. Poon, D. Shefer, M. Taniguchi, J. Zikic. (2015) Career success across 11 countries: implications for international human resource management. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26-13, pages 1753-1778.
  • Ezzedeen, S. & Zikic, J. (2015) . Finding balance amidst boundarylessness: An interpretive study of entrepreneurial work-life balance and boundary management. Journal of Family Issues. Vol.36, (14), 1883-1894.
  • Zikic, J., & Ezzedeen, S. (2015) . Towards a more integrated view of entrepreneurial careers: Qualitative investigation of the three forms of career capital and their relationships among high tech entrepreneurs.International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, vol. 21 (6) pp. 756-777.
  • Saks, A., Zikic, J., Koen, J. (2015) . A Reconceptualization of the Measurement of Job Search Self-Efficacy, Journal of Vocational Behavior, vol, 86, pp.104-114.
  • Zikic, J. (2015) . Skilled Migrants Career Capital as a Source of Competitive Advantage: Implications for Strategic HRM, The International Journal of Human Resource Management, vol. 26(10), 1360-1381.
  • Malik, A.R, Cooper-Thomas, H.D., & Zikic, J. (2014) . The neglected role of cultural intelligence in recent immigrant newcomers’ socialization.International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, 14 (2), 195-213.
  • Lee, M.D., Sargent, L.D., Martin, B., & Zikic, J. (2013) . Reinventing retirement: New pathways, new arrangements, new meanings. Human Relations, 66 (1), 3-21.
  • Novicevic, M.M., Zikic, J., Martin, J., Humpreys, J.H., & Foster, R. (2013) . Responsible executive leadership: A moral-identity analysis based on Barnard’s conceptualization. Journal of Management History, 19 (4), 474-491.
  • Ezzedeen, S., & Zikic, J. (2012) . Entrepreneurial experiences of women in Canadian high technology. International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship. 4 (1), 44-64.
  • Klehe, U.C., Van Vianen, A.E.M., & Zikic, J. (2012) . Coping with economic stress: Introduction to the Special Issue. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 33, 745-75.
  • Klehe, U.C., Zikic, J., VanVianen, A. E. M., & DePater, I. E. (2011) . Career adaptability, turnover, and loyalty during organizational downsizing.Journal of Vocational Behavior, 79, 217-229.
  • Koen, J., Klehe, U.-C., Zikic, J., & vanVianen, A. E., M. (2010) . Well prepared is half done: Career adaptability and job search strategy among unemployed. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 77, 126-139.
  • Zikic, J. & Franklin, M. (2010) Enriching careers & lives: Introducing a positive, holistic, and narrative career counselling method that bridges theory and practice Journal of Employment Counseling, 74, 180-189.
  • Zikic, J., Bonache, J., & Cerdin J-L. (2010) . Crossing national boundaries: A typology of qualified immigrants’ career orientations.Journal of Organizational Behavior, 31, 667-686.
  • Koen, J., Klehe, U.-C., Vianen, A. E. M. v., Zikic, J., & Nauta, A. (2010) . Job-search strategies and reemployment quality - the impact of career adaptability. Journal of Vocational Behavior,77, 126-139.
  • Turchick-Hakak, L., Holzinger, I., & Zikic, J. (2010) . Barriers and paths to success: Latin American MBAs’ views of employment in Canada.Journal of Managerial Psychology, 25, 159-176.
  • Fang, T., Zikic, J., & Novicevic, M. N. (2009) . Career Success of Immigrant Professionals: Stock and Flow of their Career Capital, International Journal of Manpower, 30 (5), 472-488.
  • Chudzikowski, K., Demel, B., Mayrhofer, W., Unite, J., Bogicevic, B., Briscoe, J., Hall, T, Las Heras, M., Yan, S., & Zikic. J. (2009) . Career Transitions in Europe: A country comparative analysis of causes and triggers in three occupational groups. Journal of Organizational and Occupational Psychology, 82, 825-849.
  • Zikic J., & Saks, A. (2009) . Job search and social cognitive theory: The role of career-relevant activities. Journal of Vocational Behavior 74, 117–127.
  • Zikic. J., & Hall, D.T. (2009) . Toward a more complex view of career exploration. Career Development Quarterly, 58, 181- 191, 2009
  • Zikic, J., Burke, R., & Fiksenbaum, L. (2008) . Gender differences in involuntary job loss and the reemployment experience: Less there than meets the eye. Gender in Management: An International Journal, 23 (4), 247-261.
  • Harvey, M., Novicevic, M. M., Zikic, J., & Ready, K. (2007) . How to manage multiple faculty identifications during change. Multicultural Education & Technology Journal, 1, (4), 259-270
  • Zikic, J. 2007. The darker side of an international academic career.Career Development International, 12(2), 164-186.
  • Zikic, J. 2007. Unlocking the careers of business professionals following job loss: Sensemaking and career exploration of older workers. Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, 24(1), 58-73.
  • Zikic, J. 2006. Job loss as a blessing in disguise: The role of career exploration and career planning in predicting reemployment quality.Journal of Vocational Behavior, 69(3), 391-401.
  • Zikic, J. 2006. Trait affect and job search outcomes. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 68, 233-252.
  • Zikic, J., Novicevic, M. N, Harvey, M., & Breland, J. (2006) . Repatriate career exploration: A path to career growth and success. Career Development International, 11, (7), 633-649.
  • Zikic, J., & Richardson, J. (2005) . Unlocking careers following job loss: The interplay between individual and outplacement influence on career exploration processes. Paper presented at European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), Berlin, Germany.
  • Chuang, Y., Church, R., & Zikic, J. (2004) . Organizational culture, group diversity, and intra-group conflict. Team Performance Management, 10, (2)L 26-34.
  • Klehe, U.-C., Zikic, J., VanVianan, A. E. M., & DePater, I. E. (in press) . Career adaptability, turnover, and loyalty during organizational downsizing. In press at Journal of Vocational Behavior.
  • Zikic, J. & Franklin, M. (in press) Enriching careers & lives: Introducing a positive, holistic, and narrative career counselling method that bridges theory and practice Journal of Employment Counseling.
  • Zikic, J. Job Search and unemployment: Integrating Theories, Invited Discussant to the Symposium at the Academy of Management Conference, Montreal, August 2010.
  • Zikic, J. Positive organizational scholarship: Perspective from Canada. Paper to be presented at that Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, August 2009.
  • Zikic, J., Bonache, J., & Cerdin, J-L. (2008) . Boundary Translation’: Typology of Immigrant Career Adaptation & Boundarylessness. Evidence from Canada, France and Spain. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Anaheim, August 2008.
  • Fang, T., Zikic, J., & Novicevic, M. N. Career Success of Immigrant Professionals: Stock and Flow of their Career Capital. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Anaheim, August 2008
  • 5C team including Zikic J. (multiple authors) . Career Transitions in Shifting Economic, Political and Social Contexts: The Case of Four Countries. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Anaheim, August 2008.
  • 5C team including Zikic, J. (multiple authors) . Cracking the fortune cookies: Influencing factors in career success across 11 countries", Paper presented at the meeting of the European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS) in Amsterdam July 2008.
  • Zikic, J. (2008) . How boundaryless are immigrant professionals? Evidence from Canada, Spain and France. Presented at the Expatriation Meeting organized by EIASM in October 2008 in Gran Canarias.
  • Zikic, J., (2008). Questions we ask about careers of the immigrant workforce. Symposium organized and presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Anaheim, August 2008.
  • Zikic, J. (as part of the 5C team) . (2007) Career Success Across Cultures: Dancing to the Beat of Their Own Drummers. Paper presented at the meeting of the European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), Vienna, Austria.
  • Zikic, J., (2007). To feel successful in one’s career by doing good: Career success in Spain. Symposium presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, August 2007
  • Zikic, J. & Hall, D. T. (2007) . Toward a more complex view of career exploration: Triggers and barriers to dancing alone. Paper presented at the meeting of the European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), Vienna, Austria.
  • Zikic, J. (2006) . Cross-Cultural study of Contemporary Careers (Spanish perspective) Symposium presented at International Congress of International Association of Cross Cultural Psychology, Spetses, Greece.
  • Zikic, J. (2006) . Here, There, and Everywhere? Conceptualizations of Career and Career Success in Different Cultures. Paper presented by the 5C team at European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), Bergen, Norway.
  • Zikic, J. (2005) . Exploring for better jobs: Career activities and job search during job loss. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Honolulu, August 2005
  • Zikic, J., & Hall, D. T. (2004) . Career exploration as a lifelong process. Paper presented at European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), Ljubljana, Slovenia.
  • Zikic, J., & Vora, D. (2003) . A continuity model of organizational identification in multinational corporations. Paper presented at European Academy of Management (EURAM )Annual Meeting, Milan, Italy.
  • Zikic, J. (2003) . Rediscovering career exploration as a life-long process. Paper presented and Symposium organizer at the Academy of Management Conference, Seattle, WA.
  • Zikic, J. (2002) . Applicant attraction: From signals to outcomes. Paper presented at Canadian Psychological Association (CPA), Vancouver, Canada.
  • Zikic, J. (2002) . From dual to multiple career orientations of technical professionals. Paper presented at European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), Barcelona, Spain.
  • Chuang, Y., Church, R., & Zikic, J. (2001) . How does organizational culture matter? The role of organizational culture in group diversity processes and performance. Paper presented at Academy of Management Confernece, Washington, D.C, August, 2001
  • Zikic, J. (2001) . The image cycle: Bridging the gap between customers and employees. Paper presented at Conference on Corporate Identity, Reputation, & Competitiveness, Paris, France.
  • Zikic, J., & Ondrack, D. (2000) . Development of professional competencies for management consulting. Workshop on the Management Advice Industry, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management, Brussels, Belgium.
  • Zikic, J. (2001) . The image cycle: Bridging the gap between customers and employees. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Corporate Reputation, Identity, and Competitiveness. Paris, France: Reputation Institute.
  • Winn, C., & Zikic, J. Best Practices: Employers and IEPs Speak about Strategies for integrating International Educated Professionals into the Canadian Labour Force. Published by the Progress Career Planning Institute and sponsored by the Citizenship and Immigration Canada.