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Preface Jing Zhou and Christina Shalley About the Contributors Section 1: Organizational Creativity in Historical Context Chapter 1: Organizational Creativity Research: An Historical Overview Christina Shalley, George Institute of Technology & Jing Zhou, Rice University Chapter 2: Assessing Creativity and its Antecedents: An Exploration of the Componential Theory of Creativity Teresa Amabile, Harvard University & Jennifer S. Mueller, University of Pennsylvania Chapter 3: ¿Organizing¿ Creativity Research: Insights and Proposals Suggested by Examining Classic Administrative Science Texts Cameron M. Ford & Maribeth Kuenzi, University of Central Florida Section 2: Distinctive Contributions from Organizational Creativity Research Chapter 4: Leadership and Creativity: A Reciprocal Evolving Model Pamela Tierney, Portland State University Chapter 5: Promoting Creativity through Feedback Jing Zhou, Rice University Chapter 6: Creating Roles: What Managers Can Do to Establish Expectations for Creative Performance Christina Shalley, Georgia Institute of Technology Chapter 7: Fostering Creativity in Groups and Teams Paul Paulus, University of Texas at Arlington Chapter 8: When Being Social Facilitates Creativity: Social Networks and Creativity within Organizations Jill Perry-Smith, Emory University Chapter 9: Climates and Cultures for Innovation and Creativity at Work Michael West, University of Aston & Andreas Richter, Instituto de Empresa Business School Chapter 10: Creative Organizing to Enable Organizational Creativity: The Case of Sustained Product Innovation Deborah Dougherty & Neill Tolboom, Rutgers University Chapter 11: A Sensemaking Approach to Understanding the Politics of Creativity Robert Drazin, Robert Kazanjian, Emory University & Mary Ann Glynn, Boston College Chapter 12: Creativity and Organizational Change: Linking Ideas and Extending Theory Richard Woodman, Texas A&M University Section 3: Normative Implications of Organizational Creativity Research Chapter 13: Why be Creative: A Review of the Practical Outcomes Associated with Creativity at the Individual, Group, and Organizational Levels Lucy Gilson, University of Connecticut Chapter 14: Creativity that Works Andrew Hargadon, UC Davis Section 4: Suggestions for Future Organizational Creativity Research Chapter 15: Expanding the Scope and Impact of Organizational Creativity Research Jing Zhou, Rice University & Christina Shalley, Georgia Institute of Technology
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Creative ability in business.