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CREATIVITY REFERENCES

Amabile, T., M. (1998). How to kill creativity. Harvard Business Review, September-October, 77-87.

Bessant, J. (1992). Big bang or continuous evolution: Why incremental innovation is gaining attention in successful organisations. Creativity and Innovation Management, 1(2), 59€“62.

Chernin, P. (2002).Creative leadership. Executive Excellence, 3-4.

Dennis, A. R., & Valacich, J. S. (1993 ). Computer brainstorms: More heads are better than one. Journal of Applied Psychology, 78, 531€“537.

Diehl, M., & Stroebe, W. (1991). Productivity loss in idea-generating groups: Tracking down the blocking effect. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 61, 392€“403.

Ekvall, G. (1991). Change-centred leaders: Empirical evidence of a third dimension of leadership. Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 12(6), 18-23.

Furnham, A., & Yazdanpanahi, T. (1996). Personality differences and group versus individual brainstorming. Personality and Individual Differences, 19, 73€“80.

Gronhaug, K., & Haukedal, W. (1995). Experts and novices in innovative, unstructured tasks: The case of strategy formation. Creativity and Innovation Management, 4(1), 4-13.

Jung, D. I. (2002-2001). Transformational and transactional leadership and their effects on creativity in groups. Creativity Research Journal, 13, 185-195.

Manz, C. C., & Sims, H. P. (1987). Leading workers to lead themselves: The external leadership of self-managing work teams. Administrative Science Quarterly, 32, 106€“128.

Parnes, S. J. (Ed.). (1992). Sourcebook for creative problem-solving. Buffalo, NY: Creative Education Foundation Press.

Paul, R., & Elder, L. (2007). Educational fads: Foundation for Critical Thinking Press.

Riquelme, H. (2000). How to develop more creative strategic plans. Creativity and Innovation Management, 9, 14€“20.

Ross, J. A. (2007). Creative leadership: Be your team's chief innovation officer. Harvard Management Update, March.

Rubenson, D. L., & Runco, M. A. (1995). The psychoeconomic view of creative work in groups and organizations. Creativity and Innovation Management, 4(3), 232€“241.

Rura-Polley, & Clegg, S. R. (1999). Managing collaborative quality: A challenging innovation. Creativity and Innovation Management, 8, 37-47.

Shin, S. J., & Zhou, J. (2007). When Is educational specialization heterogeneity related to creativity in research and development teams? Transformational leadership as a moderator. Journal of Applied Psychology, 97(6), 1709-1721.

Tierney, P., Farmer, S. M., & Graen, G. B. (1999). An examination of leadership and employee creativity: The relevance of traits and relationships. Personnel Psychology, 52, 591-620.

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