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Innovation and creativity at work: Psychological and organizational strategies

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Publication date1991
Place of publicationChichester
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons
Number of pages364
ISBN (Electronic)978-0471931874
<mark>Original language</mark>English


This review of existing research aims to provide students and researchers with a clear perspective on this aspect of social change. The book adopts a largely psychological approach, arguing that the introduction of new ways of working can best be understood as a social process in which human reactions are vital in determining the outcome. The book therefore has major implications and recommendations for the human resource management school. The contributors, from Europe and North America, offer insights into innovation and creativity in working life.