Tag: Process

Design gets Real

Kalins, Dorothy (2004). Design gets Real. Newsweek, octobre 2003. Design has never been more accessible or more emotional. Being new is no longer enough. Design is so important because chaos is so hard. Jules Feiffer IDEO is at the forefront

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The Development of Creative Capabilities in and out of Creative Organizations: Three Case Studies

Napier, N. and  M. Nilsson. 2006. The Development of Creative Capabilities in and out of Creative Organizations: Three Case Studies. Creativity and Innovation Management. Vol. 15, n. 3. pp. 268-278. Yet, despite much research, three areas emerge as needing more

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The psychology of novelty-seeking, creativity and innovation: Neurocognitive aspects within a work-psychological perspective

Schweizer, S. T. 2006. The psychology of novelty-seeking, creativity and innovation: Neurocognitive aspects within a work-psychological perspective. Creativity and Innovation Management. Vol. 15, n. 2. pp. 164-172. From a neuropsychological point of view, highly novelty-seeking individuals and above-average novelty-finders can

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Multilevel theorizing about creativity in organizations: A sensemaking perspective

Drazin, R., Glynn, M. A., & Kazanjian, R. K. 1999. Multilevel theorizing about creativity in organizations: A sensemaking perspective. Academy of Management Review, 24: 286-307 Given the recent focus on multilevel approaches to creativity, a timely question is one concerning

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Leadership in team-based organizations: On the threshold of a new era

Day, D. V., Gronn, P., & Salas, E. (2006). Leadership in team-based organizations: On the threshold of a new era. The Leadership Quarterly, 17(3), 211-216. The popular input-process-output (I-P-O) framework is gradually giving way to more complex (and realistic) frameworks. Others

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The Balanced Scorecard as an Intellectual Technology

Edenius, M. and H. Hasselbladh. 2002. The Balanced Scorecard as an Intellectual Technology. Organization. Volume 9 (2): 249-273. How the BSC partakes in shaping the world it is intended to reflect. The BSC: Naturalizes alledged cognitive limitations among manager Induces

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