Innovation, creativity, workplace, research, innovation, management, creativity
This research will be focused on the business field, within the organisation, it will be discussing the importance of constant innovation and creativity as primary assets that an enterprise can use to its benefit, as well as how it can easily positively impact a business. When both united can work towards one goal, which is maximising the profit of the organisation.
[...] According to this theory, the work environment is where creative performances happen. Another theory called “the creative process in organisations” known as wallas' four-stage process implies that creativity occurs in four stages: The first stage is -preparation, which is identifying the problem or opportunity, and gathering knowledge The second step is -incubation, which means thinking about the problem or opportunity and a non-conscious way ‘the back of or mind'. The third step is -illumination, happens when an idea suddenly jumps into our heads and starts flowing in our minds, what we call the “eureka” moment. [...]
[...] The Presence of Innovation and Creativity in The Workplace and its Impacts I. Background This research will be focused on the business field, within the organisation, it will be discussing the importance of constant innovation and creativity as primary assets that an enterprise can use to its benefit, as well as how it can easily positively impact a business. When both united can work towards one goal, which is maximising the profit of the organisation. What is expected from this research is to provide enough rationale information about how innovation together with creativity became essential to the prosperity and continuity of each organisation and how critic the role they play in the growth of enterprises and their survival as a business in the market place and their ability to face competition. [...]
[...] And other ways to encourage innovation within the workplace is put a suggestion box accessible to the employees. Another way to efficiently promote creativity within the company is to form what we call an ‘an innovation team' which would be responsible for coming up with new ideas, to improve the business, or the life in the workplace, etc Why would some employees not come forward with their creative ideas? Well, simply because, they could simply not be knowing whether the company that they work for support innovation or not as well as fearing negative consequences of their own idea of the whole company. [...]
[...] “Considerable research has built up over the last 30 - 40 years at four specific approaches to levels-of-analysis – the individual, the work team, organisational, and multi-level approaches – across several disciplines within the management sciences” as mentioned in Neil et al. (no date) As to why developing and promoting creativity and innovation in the workplace is a must, it is simply because the business world that we live in is led by sales, therefore the necessity for creative and innovative ideas in the technological advancement for example for a company to grow and pull of as much sale as possible is very much understandable. [...]
[...] Access to data and ethical issues As for accessing data, it will not be as difficult because its purpose is to help organisations in need, anonymity will be held so as to not cause conflicts between employees and managers in case or very negative answers, as well as in the research documentation, if the company wishes to not exposed its practices to the public then it shall not show any clues that could lead to tracing the companies. VI. Time scale See Gantt chart Task Name Start Date End Date Duration (Days) question conduct the study of: workplace company Reference list -Masuk, S (no date) insightssuccess Available at: https://www.insightssuccess.com/developing-creativity-and-innovation-in-the- workplace/ (Accessed: 5 April 2018) -Neil, A et al (no date) pdfs. semanticscholar. [...]
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