Organizational Outcomes of Creativity

November 1, 1983
Mary Ann Glinow and Steven Kerr state that it is an assumption not an established fact, that "creative individuals and organizations" are more productive in terms of commonly used financial and productivity criteria, and once an individual has become "creative," the firm will benefit.

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