- Inbunden (Hardback)
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- illustrated ed
- Oxford University Press
- Nijstad, Bernard A.
- 242 x 165 x 28 mm
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- 52:B&W 6.14 x 9.21in or 234 x 156mm (Royal 8vo) Case Laminate on White w/Gloss Lam
- 660 g
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Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.Creativity is important for the continuous development of organizations, science and society. With the information explosion, the development of innovations will increasingly require group interacation at some stage of the process. This volume addresses the relation between group processes, group context, and creativity. The volume is aimed at both researchers and practitioners who wish to understand and facilitate group creativity.
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"Researchers in psychology, sociology, and business explain how creativity can and often does emerge from interactions between people, rather than the solitary genius so favored by American myth and legend. They speak to students, practitioners, and scholars in those fields, and to lay readers, and so use non-technical language and often describe how to apply the ideas in common settings." -SciTech.
1. Group creativity: An Introduction; PART I: GROUP PROCESS AND CREATIVITY; 2. The constraining effects of initial ideas; 3. Diversity and creativity in work groups; 4. Better than individuals? The potential benefits of dissent and diversity for group creativity; 5. Group creativity and collective choice; 6. Ideational creativity in groups: Lessons from research on brainstorming; 7. Cognitive stimulation and interference in idea generating groups; 8. Electronic brainstorming: Theory, research and future directions; PART II: GROUP CREATIVITY IN CONTEXT; 9. Is the social psychology of creativity really social? Moving beyond a focus on the individual; 10. Newcomer innovation in work teams; 11. The group as mentor: Social capital and the systems model of creativity; 12. Creativity and innovation implementation in teams; 13. Learning from direct and indirect experience in organisations; 14. Creative cultures, nations and civilisations: Strategies and results; 15. Group creativity: Common themes and future directions