Date of Award
Creative Studies, M.S.
International Center for Studies in Creativity
J. Michael Fox
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In response to an increasingly complex and fast-moving competitive landscape, organizational creativity is more frequently being identified as an area of potential strategic advantage. Leadership often lacks the knowledge, tools and access necessary to effectively incorporate creativity in a manner that meets the strategic and tactical demands of businesses. The Collaborative Creative Climate Study explores this challenge and proposes a systemic approach to creativity in organizational performance that provides leadership with a comprehensive view of creativity at all levels within the organizational framework that identifies weak dimensions in the creative climate, enhances teamwork and increases employee engagement.
Wardlaw, James H., "Collaborative Creative Climate Study: Using Creative Systems to Improve Organizational Performance." (2015). Creative Studies Graduate Student Master's Projects. 230.