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Chapter 10 Creativity and Human Relations 1. Creativity and intelligence are not the same thing. 1b) 3. Workplaces often lack creativity because it is common to have resistance to new ideas and processes. It’s human nature to become uncomfortable when confronting potential change agents. Management tends to resist because creativity often means embracing uncertainty. 3.b) Managers can build an Idea Library to provide resources that make creativity more familiar. Pinpoint and communicate the benefits of adopting new ideas, for both the organization as well as for the employees, to help gain acceptance. And have employees share their ideas.
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  • Spring '18
  • Marilyn Phipps
  • Creativity and Human Relations, better promotes creativity

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