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Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Across Cultures

Theory and Practices
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ISBN-13:
9781493932610
Einband:
eBook
Seiten:
163
Autor:
Igor N. Dubina
Serie:
Innovation, Technology, and Knowledge Management
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
eBook
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

The aim of this volume is to further develop the relationship between culture and manifold phenomena of creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship in order to promote further and better understanding how, why, and when these phenomena are manifested themselves across different cultures.

Currently, cross-cultural research is one of the most dynamically and rapidly growing areas. At the same time, creativity, inventiveness, innovation, and entrepreneurship are championed in the literature as the critical element that is vital not just for companies, but also for the development of societies. A sizable body of research demonstrates that cultural differences may foster or inhibit creative, inventive, innovative and entrepreneurial activities; and each culture has its own strengths and weaknesses in these regards. Better understanding of cultural diversity in these phenomena can help to build on strengths and overcome weaknesses.


Cross-cultural studies in this field represent a comparatively new class of interdisciplinary research. This is a field where cultural, sociological, psychological, historical, economic, management, technology and business studies closely intersect. In this book, a global team of researchers representing Europe, Asia, and the Americas review, analyze, structure, systematize and discuss various concepts, assumptions, speculations, theories, and empirical research which focus on the effect of national cultures on creativity, invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship. They argue that national culture is not only an extremely important determinant of innovation and business development, but also demonstrate that some aspects relating to these phenomena may be universal among all cultures, thereby identifying those factors that may easily be transferred across cultures from those that are unique to their specific context.

Preface.- Ch 1 Culture as a Driving Force of Individual and Organizational Behavior.- Ch 2 Creativity and Culture.- Ch 3 Wandering the World in Search of Creativity.- Ch 4 The Geography of the Creative Mind.- Ch 5 Group Creativity and Individual Creativity.- Ch 6 A Review on an Ancient Cultural Convergence.- Ch 7 A Relationship between Creativity, Management Styles, Culture and Language.- Ch 8 Cross-Cultural Challenges for Innovation Management.- Ch 9 Cultural Influences on Innovation and Competitiveness.- Ch 10 Innovating Cultural Synergy in French-Russian Collaboration.- Ch 11 A Cultural Context, Curiosity, and Creativity of Innovators.- Ch 12 Cultural Underpinnings in Entrepreneurship.- Afterword.