Handbook of Organizational Creativity,
Edition 2 Individual and Group Level Influences
Edited by Roni Reiter-Palmon and Sam Hunter

Publication Date: 28 Jun 2023

Handbook of Organizational Creativity: Individual and Group Level Influences, Second Edition covers creativity from many perspectives in two unique volumes, including artificial Intelligence work, creativity within specific applied domains (e.g., engineering, science, therapy), and coverage of leadership. The book includes individual, team and organizational level factors and includes organizational interventions to facilitate creativity (such as training). Chapters focus on creative abilities and creative problem-solving processes, along with individual differences such as motivation, affect and personality. New chapters include the neuroscience of creativity, creativity and meaning, morality/ethicality and creativity, and creative self-beliefs.

Sections on group level phenomena examine team cognition, team social processes, team diversity, social networks, and multi-team systems and creativity. Final coverages includes different types and approaches to leadership, such as transformational leadership, ambidextrous leadership leader-follower relations, and more.

Key Features

  • Focuses on the key need to increase creativity and innovation in organizations
  • Identifies the factors influencing organizational creativity
  • Includes individual, group and organizational influences
  • Identifies personality traits and beliefs affecting creativity
  • Discusses problem-solving processes, idea evaluation, and diverent thinking
  • Contains new coverage of virtual teams, creative meetings, and multiteam systems
  • This expanded second edition is divided into two volumes. For further information on Leadership, Interventions, and Macro Level Issues visit
About the author
Edited by Roni Reiter-Palmon, Varner Professor of Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology; Director of the I/O Psychology Graduate Program, University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO), NE, USA and Sam Hunter, Associate Professor of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Penn State University, PA, USA
Table of Contents
Intro Section1. Introduction: Creativity in Organizations2. Methods and Measures in Organizational Creativity Research3. Blockages to Creativity4. Outcomes of Creativity5. Myths and urban legendsIndividual Section6. Expertise7. Creative Problem-Solving8. Creative Abilities: Divergent Thinking9. Idea Evaluation10. Affect11. Motivation12. Personality13. Creative self-beliefs14. Neuroscience15. Paradoxical thinking16. meaning and creativity17. Morality/ethicality and creativityGroups and Teams Section18. Team Cognition19. Group Processes20. Psychological Safety21. Virtual Teams22. Diversity and Cultures23. Networks24. Climate25. Nature of work26. Project Management27. Mult Team Systems28. Brainstorming29. Meetings
Book details
ISBN: 9780323918404
Page Count: 438
Retail Price : £115.00
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Social psychologists, industrial/organizational psychologists, applied psychologists, business