By Vlad Petre Glăveanu, Lene Tanggaard Pedersen, Charlotte Wegener
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Equally, it is not any form of repetition that is useful in building creative skills, but engaging in what Ericsson (2006) calls ‘deliberate practice’, which involves effortful activities designed to increase performance. What both these examples show is that high-level creativity requires expertise and this takes time, as well as a great deal of . . perspiration. ’. This, I argue here, is the result of an inclination towards understanding creativity in terms of insight rather than mastery. Both lay people and psychologists interested in creative phenomena, and even creators themselves, are generally keen to identify the ‘moment’ when creativity happens – the stage of ‘illumination’ in Wallas’s famous typology (see Wallas, 1926).
At the same time, it is an important point that the job that managers must do when ensuring efﬁcient business processes varies across organisational levels (Hammer, 2007). The idea that leadership demands something different at different organisational levels is often called the ‘leadership pipeline perspective’ (Kaiser, 2011). In a special issue of The Psychologist-Manager on this topic, the Leadership Pipeline model was called ‘perhaps the biggest idea to affect leadership development and talent management over the past decade’ (Kaiser, 2011, p.
This is the essence of totalitarian regimes and totalitarian mind sets, struggling against a plural future (Montuori, 2005). ), then appreciated and valued, and ﬁnally built upon in a constructive manner. There is no one type of difference, from those mentioned above, that will, at all times, for all people and in all places increase (or hinder) creativity. This is not only because our psychological and social reality escapes simple forms of determinism; it’s because the differences I referred to before are all present, simultaneously, within one and the same situation.