- Oxford Library of Psychology
- The Oxford Handbook of Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship
- Oxford Library of Psychology
- About the Editors
- Introduction: Integrating Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship to Enhance the Organization’s Capability to Navigate in the New Competitive Landscape
- Leadership and Creativity: The Mechanism Perspective
- Empowerment and Employee Creativity: A Cross-Level Integrative Model
- Rewards’ Relationship to Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship
- Entrepreneurial Creativity: The Role of Learning Processes and Work Environment Supports
- An Identity Perspective on Creative Action in Organizations
- Psychological Bricolage: Integrating Social Identities to Produce Creative Solutions
- The Role of Antagonism in the Identities of Professional Artistic Workers
- Play, Flow, and Timelessness
- The Mood and Creativity Puzzle
- Does Passion Fuel Entrepreneurship and Job Creativity?: A Review and Preview of Passion Research
- Creativity in Teams: A Key Building Block for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- Social Networks, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship
- A Cross-Level Perspective on Creativity at Work: Person-in-Situation Interactions
- Ethics and Creativity
- A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Creativity
- Is All Creativity Created Equal?: Exploring Differences in the Creativity Processes Across the Creativity Types
- Organizing Creativity: Lessons From the Eureka! Ranch Experience
- Business Innovation Processes
- Innovating Without Information Constraints: Organizations, Communities, and Innovation When Information Costs Approach Zero
- Product-to-Platform Transitions: Organizational Identity Implications
- Business Model Innovation: Toward a Process Perspective
- Institutional Innovation: Novel, Useful, and Legitimate
- Dynamic Managerial Capabilities: A Perspective on the Relationship Between Managers, Creativity, and Innovation in Organizations
- Prigogine’s Theory of the Dynamics of Far-From-Equilibrium Systems: Application to Strategic Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Organizational Evolution
- Why Aren’t Entrepreneurs More Creative?: Conditions Affecting Creativity and Innovation in Entrepreneurial Activity
- Entrepreneurship as Emergence
- Corporate Entrepreneurship: Accelerating Creativity and Innovation in Organizations
- Entrepreneurial Identity and Resource Acquisition: The Role of Venture Identification
- Socioemotional Wealth: An Obstacle or a Springboard to Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship in Family Firms?
Abstract and Keywords
The purpose of this Handbook is to serve as a catalyst for the integration of the research on creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship. A significant amount of research has been devoted to each of these areas, and they exist fairly independently of each other. However, by their nature, these three research areas are interrelated. In order to successfully survive and thrive in our dynamic and competitive global marketplace, it is a necessity to more fully understand how creativity is related to innovation and the roles that both creativity and innovation play in entrepreneurship. By doing so, we can reap the benefits of the accumulated knowledge from each research stream to inform the others and move the field as a whole forward. This Handbook contains 30 chapters written by leading scholars that speak to the major topics within these research areas and examine multilevel linkages between creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Christina Shalley is a Professor of Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management in the College of Management at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Michael Hitt is currently a Distinguished Professor of Management at Texas A&M University and holds the Joe B. Foster Chair in Business Leadership. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Colorado. A recent article noted that he was one of the top ten most cited authors in the management field over a 25-year period. He has served as an editor of the Academy of Management Journal and is currently co-editor of the Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal. He is a Fellow in the Academy of Management and in the Strategic Management Society, and received an honorary doctorate (Doctor Honoris Causa) from the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. He is a former President of the Academy of Management and is the current Past President of the Strategic Management Society. He has received awards for the best article published in the Academy of Management Executive, Academy of Management Journal and the Journal of Management. He has received the Irwin Outstanding Educator Award and the Distinguished Service Award from the Academy of Management.
Jing Zhou is Houston Endowment Professor of Management, and Director for Asian Management Research and Education at the Jones Graduate School of Business of Rice University.
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