Article

A Model Of Creativity And Innovation In Organizations

Research in Organizational Behavior (Impact Factor: 2.06). 01/1988; 10:123-167.
  • Source
    • "Creativity refers to behaviours pertaining to the generation of novel and useful ideas (Amabile, 1988; Oldham & Cummings, 1996), whereas innovative behaviours include not only the generation of new ideas but also the adoption of others' ideas that are new to one's organization or work unit (Woodman, Sawyer, & Griffin, 1993; Yuan & Woodman, 2010). Although creative performance or creativity is closely linked to innovative behaviours, creativity is only a starting point. "
    Dataset: Paper CJAS

    Full-text · Dataset · Jan 2016
  • Source
    • "Creativity refers to behaviours pertaining to the generation of novel and useful ideas (Amabile, 1988; Oldham & Cummings, 1996), whereas innovative behaviours include not only the generation of new ideas but also the adoption of others' ideas that are new to one's organization or work unit (Woodman, Sawyer, & Griffin, 1993; Yuan & Woodman, 2010). Although creative performance or creativity is closely linked to innovative behaviours, creativity is only a starting point. "
    Dataset: Paper CJAS

    Full-text · Dataset · Jan 2016
  • Source
    • "Creativity refers to behaviours pertaining to the generation of novel and useful ideas (Amabile, 1988; Oldham & Cummings, 1996), whereas innovative behaviours include not only the generation of new ideas but also the adoption of others' ideas that are new to one's organization or work unit (Woodman, Sawyer, & Griffin, 1993; Yuan & Woodman, 2010). Although creative performance or creativity is closely linked to innovative behaviours, creativity is only a starting point. "
    Dataset: Paper CJAS

    Full-text · Dataset · Jan 2016
Show more