TITLE

KÅ«rybinis procesas ir jo potencialo skatinimas organizacijoje

AUTHOR(S)
Ganusauskaitė, Aurelija; Liesionis, Vytautas
PUB. DATE
December 2008
SOURCE
Management of Organizations: Systematic Research;2008, Issue 48, p23
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The goal of this article is to introduce creative thinking in the individual and organizational context. It is emphasized the necessity to learn how to practice it and then promote it constantly, also to develop creative culture enabling high idea output, which enables high innovation. There is offered the creativity stimulation program, which could serve as the implementation of creative methods for problem solving in the daily working environment and could result in new creative projects as well as in the new individual and organizational attitudes.
ACCESSION #
35866250

 

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