Nirmal K. Sethia analyzes the distinctive attributes of creative individuals and resources required for creative work. The knowledge thus gleaned is used for illustrating how creativity is shaped significantly by its organizational context, in particular, by leadership, organizational structure, and reward system.
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Designing Performance Appraisal and Reward Systems for Procurement Professionals in the Telecommunications Industry
Mary Ann Von Glinow, Nirmal Sethia, and Steven Kerr argue that the telecommunications industry is in the throes of revolutionary changes. The new business environment has critically transformed the role and greatly enlarged the responsibilities of the procurement function in the industry.
Managing Organizational Culture by Managing the Reward System
Nirmal K. Sethia and Mary Ann Von Glinow argue that management of culture is becoming a key challenge for the leadership in an increasing number of organizations.
The Role of Feedback in the Creation of Useful Knowledge
Mary Ann Von Glinow and Nirmal Sethia explain that practical usefulness or relevance of the knowledge produced in academic settings has become an issue of growing concern in recent years.