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The Routledge companion to creativity

Author: Tudor Rickards; Mark A Runco; Susan Moger
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2009.
Series: Routledge companions.
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Comprising contributions written by a wide array of leading creativity scholars, The Routledge Companion to Creativity is an exciting collection of articles that assesses contemporary issues in  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Routledge companion to creativity.
New York : Routledge, 2009
(DLC) 2008021055
(OCoLC)227574780
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Tudor Rickards; Mark A Runco; Susan Moger
ISBN: 9780203888841 0203888847
OCLC Number: 289117319
Description: 1 online resource (382 p.)
Contents: Part 1: Introduction 1. The Companion to Creativity: A Synoptic Overview (Tudor Rickards, Mark A. Runco and Susan Moger) Part 2: Creativity and Design Theme 1: Creativity and Design 2. Creativity, Improvisation and Organizations (Colin M. Fisher and Teresa Amabile) 3. Creativity and Sound: The Agony of the Senses (Richard Coyne) 4. Unleashing the Creative Potential of Design in Business (Margaret Bruce) 5. Space to Adapt: Workplaces, Creativity behaviour and Organizational Memetics (Ilfryn Price) Part 3: Environmental Actors and Influences Theme 2: Environmental Influences 6. Creating or Destroying Business Value: Understanding the Opportunities and the Limits of a Win-Win Collaboration (Andrew Cox) 7. The Style/Involvement Model of Consumer Innovation (Gordon Foxall and Victoria James) 8. Creativity and Knowledge Relationships in the Creative Industries (Paul Jeffcutt) 9. Leading for Renewal: The Value of Positive Turbulence (Stanley S. Gryskiewicz) Theme 3: Innovation and Entrepreneurship 10. Evolutionary Models of Innovation and Creativity (Colin Martindale) 11. Creativity and Entrepreneurship (Mathew Manimala) 12. Social Networks and Creativity: Combining Expertise in Complex Innovations (Arent Greve) Part 4: Creativity and Knowledge Theme 4: Knowledge Management 13. Knowledge Management and the Management of Creativity (Geir Kaufmann and Mark A. Runco) 14. Creating Organizational Knowledge Dialogically: An Outline of a Theory (Haridimos Tsoukas) Theme 5: Metatheories of Creativity 15. Computers and Creativity: Models and Applications (Margaret Boden) 16. Relationship Creativity in Collectives at Multiple Levels (Subrata Chakrabarty and Richard W. Woodman) 17. Creativity and Economics: Current Perspectives (Isaac Getz and Todd Lubart) 18. Deconstructing Creativity (Alf Rehn and Christian De Cock) 19. Idea Activity in Our Nations and Workplaces (Glenn Rothberg) Part 5: The Creative Individual Theme 6: Personal Creativity 20. Genius, Creativity and Leadership (Dean Keith Simonton) 21. Intellectual Styles and Creativity (Li-fang Zhang and Robert J. Sternberg) 22. Creativity and Personality (Stephen J. Guastello) 23. The Thinking of Creative Leaders: Outward Focus, Inward Focus and Integration (Michael D. Mumford, Cristina L. Byrne and Amanda S. Shipman) 24. Creativity: A Systems Perspective (Seana Moran) 25. Change Oriented Leadership Behaviour: A Consequence of Post-Bureaucratic Organizations? (Jouko Arvonen) Theme 7: Structured Interventions 26. Prototyping Processes that Affect Organizational Creativity (Cameron Ford) 27. Creative Problem-Solving: Past, Present and Future (Gerard Puccio and John Cabra) 28. Thinking Outside the Box: Lateral Thinking as an Educational Innovation (Sandra Dingli) 29. Computer Supported Idea Generation (Rene Ziegler and Michael Diehl) Part 6: Integration 30. Integration: Prospects for Future Journeys (Mark A. Runco, Tudor Rickards and Susan Moger)
Series Title: Routledge companions.
Responsibility: edited by Tudor Rickards, Mark A. Runco, and Susan Moger.
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'Even the most seasoned student of creativity studies will benefit from some of the new perspectives presented in this valuable collection.' Spyros D. Orfanos, PsycCRITIQUES 'The editors, UK and US Read more...

 
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