Group Creativity: Innovation through Collaboration

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Group Creativity
Innovation Through Collaboration

Edited by Paul B. Paulus and Bernard A. Nijstad

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 2003

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Contributors xi
  • Group Creativity *
  • 1 - An Introduction 3
  • References *
  • I - Group Process and Creativity *
  • 2 - The Constraining Effects of Initial Ideas 15
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  • 3 - A Dynamic Perspective on the Affective and Cognitive Processes That Link Diversity and Performance 32
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  • 4 - The Potential Benefits of Dissent and Diversity for Group Creativity 63
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  • 5 - Group Creativity and Collective Choice 85
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  • 6 - Lessons from Research on Brainstorming 110
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  • 7 - Cognitive Stimulation and Interference in Idea-Generating Groups 137
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  • 8 - Theory, Research, and Future Directions 160
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  • II - Group Creativity in Context *
  • 9 - Moving beyond a Focus on the Individual 181
  • References 199
  • 10 - Newcomer Innovation in Work Teams 202
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  • 11 - Social Capital and the Systems Model of Creativity 225
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  • 12 - Innovation Implementation in Work Teams 245
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  • References 269
  • 13 - The Effects of Experience Content, Timing, and Distribution 277
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  • 14 - Strategies and Results 304
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  • 15 - Common Themes and Future Directions 326
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  • Index 341
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