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The organisation as an obstacle to creativity

The organisation as an obstacle to creativity The usual internal structure of organisations is not favourable to creativity. This is mainly due to the fundamental antagonism between two contrasting types of tasks: creation of ideas vs. implementation of ideas. After short remarks on the individual conditions for creativity, two historic examples are sketched, where it was tried – with some success – to secure a moderate openness for new ideas within restrictive societies. In the main part, modern organisational structures are analysed, which are destined to safeguard some freedom for the acceptance of creative ideas and for putting them into practice; some practical advice are derived. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Applied Systemic Studies Inderscience Publishers

The organisation as an obstacle to creativity

International Journal of Applied Systemic Studies , Volume 4 (1-2) – Jan 1, 2011

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Publisher
Inderscience Publishers
Copyright
Copyright © 2011 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd.
Subject
Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Systems; Electronic, Robotic and Control Systems; COMPUTING JOURNALS; Computing Science, Applications and Software; Information Systems and Technology; TECHNICAL JOURNALS; Design and Product Development; Materials and Manufacturing; Simulation and Modelling; Systems Engineering; MANAGEMENT JOURNALS; Operational Management and Marketing
ISSN
1751-0589
eISSN
1751-0597
DOI
10.1504/IJASS.2011.042208
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Abstract

The usual internal structure of organisations is not favourable to creativity. This is mainly due to the fundamental antagonism between two contrasting types of tasks: creation of ideas vs. implementation of ideas. After short remarks on the individual conditions for creativity, two historic examples are sketched, where it was tried – with some success – to secure a moderate openness for new ideas within restrictive societies. In the main part, modern organisational structures are analysed, which are destined to safeguard some freedom for the acceptance of creative ideas and for putting them into practice; some practical advice are derived.

Journal

International Journal of Applied Systemic StudiesInderscience Publishers

Published: Jan 1, 2011

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