The Shaping of Creativity in Organizations

Sethia, Nirmal K.
August 1989
Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings;1989, p224
Conference Proceeding
Distinctive attributes of creative individuals and resources required for creative work are analyzed. The knowledge thus gleaned is used for illustrating how creativity is shaped significantly by its organizational context - in particular, by leadership, organizational structure, and reward systems.


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