The Oxford Handbook of Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship

ISBN : 9780199927678

Christina E. Shalley; Michael A. Hitt; Jing Zhou
560 ページ
188 x 262 mm
Oxford Library of Psychology

Research-based investigations of creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship have the potential to inform each other and enrich our knowledge of each of these areas, particularly with regard to cognitive processes and effective behaviors. Yet, while these research streams have increasingly received a great deal of attention, they have developed largely independently of one another. The Oxford Handbook of Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship addresses the critical need to integrate these three interrelated literatures. The handbook features contributions from the leading scholars in these research areas. As a group, the chapters examine the intersections of these topics to synthesize contemporary research and provide direction and stimulation for further interdisciplinary investigations of organizational creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship.


Introduction: Integrating Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship to Enhance the Organization's Capability to Navigate in the New Competitive Landscape
Christina E. Shalley, Michael A. Hitt, and Jing Zhou
Part 1: Organizational Creativity
1. Leadership and Creativity: The Mechanism Perspective
Shung Jae Shin
2. Empowerment and Employee Creativity: A Cross-Level Integrative Model
Xiaomeng Zhang and Kathryn M. Bartol
3. Rewards' Relationship to Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Kris Byron and Shalini Khazanchi
4. Entrepreneurial Creativity: The Role of Learning Processes and Work Environment Supports
Michele Rigolizzo and Teresa Amabile
5. An Identity Perspective on Creative Action in Organizations
Pamela Tierney
6. Psychological Bricolage: Integrating Social Identity to Produce Creative Solutions
Jeffrey Sanchez-Burks, Matthew J. Karlesky, and Fiona Lee
7. The Role of Antagonism in the Identities of Professional Artistic Workers
Kimberly D. Elsbach and Alexzandra Caldwell-Wenman
8. Play, Flow, and Timelessness
Charalampos Mainemelis and Dionysios D. Dionysiou
9. The Mood and Creativity Puzzle
Geir Kaufmann
10. Does Passion Fuel Entrepreneurship and Job Creativity? A Review and Preview of Passion Research
Xiao-Ping Chen, Dong Liu, and Wei He
11. Creativity in Teams: A Key Building Block for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Lucy L. Gilson, Hyoun Sook Lim, Robert C. Litchfield, and Paul W. Gilson
12. Social Networks, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship
Jill Perry-Smith and Pier Vittorio Mannucci
13. A Cross-level Perspective on Creativity at Work: Person-in-Situation Interaction
Daan van Knippenberg and Giles Hirst
14. Ethics and Creativity
Long Wang and J. Keith Murnighan
15. A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Creativity
Kwok Leung and Jie Wang
16. Is All Creativity Created Equal: Exploring Differences in the Creative Processes Across the Creativity Types
Kerrie L. Unsworth and Aleksandra Luksyte
Part 2: Innovation
17. Organizing Creativity: Lessons from the Eureka! Ranch Experience
Ronald K. Mitchell, J. Brock Smith, Jeffrey A. Stamp, and James Carlson
18. Business Innovation Processes
Raghu Garud, Philipp Tuertscher, and Andrew H. Van de Ven
19. Innovating Without Information Constraints: Organizations, Communities, and Innovation When Information Costs Approach Zero
Elizabeth J. Altman, Frank Nagle, and Michael L. Tushman
20. Product to Platform Transitions: Organizational Identity Implications
Elizabeth J. Altman and Mary Tripsas
21. Business Model Innovation: Toward a Process Perspective
Cristoph Zott and Raphael Amit
22. Institutional Innovation: Novel, Useful, and Legitimate
Ryan Raffaelli and Mary Ann Glynn
23. Dynamic Managerial Capabilities: A Perspective on the Relationship between Managers, Creativity, and Innovation in Organizations
Constance E. Helfat and Jeffrey Martin
Part 3: Entrepreneurship
24. Prigogine's Theory of Dynamics of Far-From-Equilibrium Systems: Applications to Strategic Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Organizational Evolution
Robert A. Burgelman
25. Why Aren't Entrepreneurs More Creative? Conditions Affecting Creativity and Innovation in Entrepreneurial Activity
Howard E. Aldrich and Martha A. Martinez
26. Entrepreneurship as Emergence
Michael H. Morris and Justin W. Webb
27. Corporate Entrepreneurship: Accelerating Creativity and Innovation in Organizations
Donald F. Kuratko
28. Entrepreneurial Identity and Resource Acquisition: The Role of Venture Identification
Greg Fisher adn Suresh Kotha
29. Socioemotional Wealth: An Obstacle or a Springboard to Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship in Family Firms?
Cristina Cruz, Shainaz Firfiray, Marianna Makri, and Luis R. Gomez-Mejia


Christina E. Shalley is the Thomas R. Williams--Wells Fargo Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Scheller College of Business at Georgia Institute of Technology.; Michael A. Hitt is a University Distinguished Professor at Texas A&M University, where he holds the Joe B. Foster Chair in Business Leadership.; Jing Zhou is the Houston Endowment Professor of Management and Director for Asian Management Research and Education at the Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University.