Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship
the topic is about the concepts of innovation and creativity and why it is important to business and it should be very analytical.
form a short essay in the following points below:
1- From reviewing the literature, it can be seen that Galton (1869) was the first one who did organized research on creativity. ‘Genius ‘its functioning and how it get affected was the subject of Galton (1869) study. Many other researches followed the same with different hypothesis and measures related to creativity and found creativity benefits for society and business world. .
** What is meant by this quote this could be interesting explain it in critical way.
2-According to Stein (1953, p. 132), “Creativity is a process that results in novelty which is accepted as useful, tenable, or satisfying by a significant group of others at some point in time” ./
**This is A good quote you need to analysis this and indicate the contribution the quote makes to your view on creativity.
3-The concepts of creativity have also been explained differently by different researchers. According to Tardif and Sternberg (1991), constructs of creativity include “processes, persons, products and environment”.
**Would a table help followed by an analysis of what it means and then what you think creativity is?
4-. According to Carlin et al (2004), application of innovation is also the ingredient of strategic development of new products processes and services.
**Explain this point more like why and how the application of innovation is also the ingredient of strategic development of new products processes ??
References for above:
Ryhammar, L. & Brolin, C. (199). ‘Creativity research: historical considerations and main lines of development’ Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research, 43(3), pp259-273
Stein, M. I. (1953), Creativity and culture, The Journal of Psychology, 36, pp311-322
Tardif & Sternberg, R. J. (1991). What do we know about creativity? In R. J. Sternberg (Ed.), The nature of creativity (pp. 429-441), Cambridge, N.Y.: Cambridge University Press.
Carlin, W., Schaffer, M. & Seabright, P. (2004). ‘A Minimum of rivalry: evidence from transition economies on the importance of competition for innovation and growth’ Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 3(1), pp240-251