List of contributors

Multi-Level Issues in Creativity and Innovation

ISBN: 978-0-7623-1476-8, eISBN: 978-1-84950-553-6

ISSN: 1475-9144

Publication date: 25 March 2008

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(2008), "List of contributors", Mumford, M.D., Hunter, S.T. and Bedell-Avers, K.E. (Ed.) Multi-Level Issues in Creativity and Innovation (Research in Multi-Level Issues, Vol. 7), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. xi-xii.



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About the editors
List of contributors
Overview: Multi-level issues in creativity and innovation
Social influence and creativity in organizations: A multi-level lens for theory, research, and practice
Social influence, creativity, and innovation: Boundaries, brackets, and non-linearity
Creativity research should be a social science
Facing ambiguity in organizational creativity research: Choices made in the mud
Planning for innovation: A multi-level perspective
Templates for innovation
Innovation as a contested terrain: Planned creativity and innovation versus emergent creativity and innovation
Constraints on innovation: Planning as a context for creativity
Creativity and cognitive processes: Multi-level linkages between individual and team cognition
Team creativity: More than the sum of its parts?
Team cognition: The importance of team process and composition for the creative problem-solving process
Beyond cognitive processes: Antecedents and influences on team cognition
Subsystem configuration: A model of strategy, context, and human resources management alignment
Linking innovation and creativity with human resources strategies and practices: A matter of fit or flexibility?
Multi-level strategic HRM: Facilitating competitive advantage through social networks and supply chains
A model of strategy, context, and human resource management alignment
A multi-level process view of new venture emergence
A multi-level process view of new-venture emergence: Impressive first step toward a model
Do levels and phases always happen together? Questions for considering the case of new-venture emergence
Recursive links affecting the dynamics of new-venture emergence
About the authors