Developing the creative organization
Professor: Helena González
NEOMA Business School (France)
June 30 – July 10, 2015
June 30 – July 10 (6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.)
July 4 (9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.)
Creativity is a valuable employee outcome associated with organizational sustainability and innovation. The course situates the manager’s and employee’s behavior with respect to the complexities of organizational creativity in international contexts. It takes a multi-level approach to offer managers a comprehensive view of how to develop individual’s creativity, and improve team creative performance. It emphasizes the practical application of concepts related to creative performance and predicted by individual self-awareness, personality, dimensions of culture, intrinsic motivation, teamwork, leadership, and creative climate in multicultural settings.
Helena González holds a PhD in Management from IE Business School (2011). She is Assistant Professor in the People and Organizations Department at NEOMA Business School (Rouen Campus). She has ten years of work and academic experience in Colombia, Spain, and France in the financial and consumer goods sectors. Currently, she is working on several projects related to her main research interests: emotions, teamwork, leadership, and creativity. At NEOMA, Helena González teaches Organizational Readiness, Developing the Effective Organization and Human Resource Management among others.
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