Innovation and Knowledge Management: Individual Creativity and Innovation Vol. 1 Ed by Neil Anderson and Ana Cristina Costa
By: Anderson, Neil.
Contributor(s): Costa, Ana Cristina.Material type: BookPublisher: London Sage Publications 2010Description: 379p.ISBN: 9781848606661.Subject(s): Information Technology Management | Knowledge Management | Organizational Change | Organizational Learning | Technological InnovationDDC classification: 658.4038
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Introductory Chapter Neil Anderson, Ana Cristina Costa and Frank van Brussel Part 1: Personal Indicators of Individual Creativity and Innovation Creativity Intelligence and Personality F. Barron and D.W. Harrington A Model of Creativity and Innovation in Organizations T.M Amabile Effects of Productivity Goals, Creativity Goals, and Personal Discretion on Individual Creativity C.E. Shalley A Theory of Individual Creative Action in Multiple Social Domains C.M. Ford Affect and Creativity at Work T.M. Amabile, S.G. Barsade, J.S. Mueler and B.M. Staw Part 2: Process Factors, Task and Organizational Antecedents of Individual Creativity and Innovation Determinants of Innovative Behavior: A Path Model of Individual Innovation in the Workplace S.G. Scott and R.A. Bruce Employee Creativity: Personal and contextual factors at work G.R. Oldham and A. Cummings When Job Dissatisfaction Leads to Creativity: Encouraging the expression of voice J. Zhou and J.M. George The Effects of Personal and Contextual Characteristics on Creativity: Where should we go from here? C.E. Shalley, J. Zhou and G.R. Oldham Part 3: Creative thinking Blind Variation and Selective Retention in Creative Thought as to Other Knowledge Processes D.T. Campbell Creative Syndrome: Integration, application, and innovation M. Mumford and S. Gustafson An Evolutionary Approach to Creativity and Innovation B.M. Staw A Theory of Individual Creative Action in Multiple Social Domains C.M. Ford