On the one hand industrial and business managements pay lipserviceto creativity, but on the other hand they show scant recognition of thecharacteristics of creative people. And yet it is on scientists andengineers of a special kind, as well as many other creative people, thatthe future depends technologically, socially, culturally andspiritually. In this article, Professor Stein presents valuable data forthe selection and management of creative scientists, engineers andsupporting personnel. The central point he makes is that to do its jobright, management needs to do far more to acknowledge the role it mustitself play in the creative process. This article is a condensed andmodified version of a paper presented by Dr Stein at the 1985 annualconference of the Personnel Association of Ontario, on 28 February 1985,held in Toronto, Canada. We acknowledge permission of the Association topublish.
Leadership & Organization Development Journal – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jun 1, 1991
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