Creative Management and Development has been updated with newly commissioned and leading edge chapters on intuitive cognition, complexity, emotion, team innovation, development and well-being. The textbook retains seminal papers on creativity, perception, style, culture and sustainable development.
The contributors to this textbook represent a broad spectrum of perspectives from among the most distinguished names in the field. They give a clear overview of the topics discussed whilst explaining their practical implications.
This textbook is published as a Course Reader for The Open University Course Creativity, Innovation and Change (B822).
Jane Henry is a senior lecturer and applied psychologist at the Open University. She is the editor of the Creative Management and Managing Innovation and Change Readers, also published by SAGE and now in their second edition.
PART A: CREATIVITY A Systems Perspective on Creativity - M Csikszentmihalyi How To Kill Creativity - T Amabile Flourishing in Teams - M West and C Sacramento Developing Creativity and Innovation PART B: COGNITION Beyond Cleverness - G Claxton How To Be Smart without Thinking Organizational Knowledge Creation - I Nonaka and H Takeuchi Beyond sense-making - J Sparrow Emotion, Imagery and Creativity PART C: STYLE Personality - S Hampson State of the Art Adaptors and Innovators - M Kirton What Makes a Leader - D Goleman PART D: CULTURE Conditions and Levels of Creativity - G Ekvall The Citizen Company - C Handy Why My Former Employees still Work for Me - R Semler PART E: DEVELOPMENT Creativity, Development and Wellbeing - J Henry Empowerment - C Argyris The Emperor's New Clothes Informal Networks - D Krackhardt and J R Hanson The Company behind the Chart PART F: PERCEPTION Monocultures of the Mind - V Shiva Natural Capitalism - A Lovins, H Lovins and P Hawken Surfing the Edge of Chaos - R Pascale