Creativity and Innovation Management
© John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Edited By: Katharina Hölzle and Jennie Björk
Impact Factor: 1.143
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 109/192 (Management)
Online ISSN: 1467-8691
Creativity and Innovation Management fills a crucial gap in management literature between the theory and practice of organizing imagination and innovation. It gives managers insights into introducing innovation within their organizations and accelerating the development of creative performance in their staff. The journal's central consideration is how to challenge and facilitate creative potential, and how then to imbed this into result orientated innovative business development.
Aims and Scope
Creativity and Innovation Management bridges the gap between the theory and practice of organizing imagination and innovation. The journal's central consideration is how to challenge and facilitate creative potential, and how then to imbed this into result oriented innovative business development. The creativity of individuals, coupled with structured and well-managed innovation projects, create a sound base from which organizations may operate effectively within their inter-organisational and societal environment. Today, successful operations must go hand in hand with the ability to anticipate future opportunities. Therefore, a cultural focus and inspiring leadership are as crucial to an organization's success, as efficient structural arrangements and support facilities. This is reflected in the Journal's contents:
Leadership for creativity and innovation; the behavioural side of innovation management.
Organisational structures and processes to support creativity and innovation; interconnecting creative and innovative processes.
Creativity, motivation, work environment/creative climate and organizational behaviour, creative and innovative entrepreneurship.
Deliberate development of creative and innovative skills including the use of a variety of tools such as TRIZ, CPS etc.
Creative professions and personalities; creative products; the relationship between creativity and humor; arts & humanities side of creativity.
Articles are welcomed from all parts of the world. If possible, articles should demonstrate contextual differences, while seeking learning lessons for wider audiences. The editors welcome suggestions for special theme issues.
innovation, management, creativity
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