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Morawski Mieczysław (Wrocław University of Economics, Poland), Szałko Barbara Violetta (Wrocław University of Economics, Poland, Phd student)
The Process of Creativity in the Light of the Research Based on the 'Icedip' Model in the Selected Organizations of Creative Industries
Business and Non-profit Organizations Facing Increased Competition and Growing Customers' Demands, 2015, vol. 14, s. 53-66, rys., tab., bibliogr. 19 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Przemysł kreatywny, Myślenie twórcze, Kreatywność personelu
Creative industry, Creative thinking, Employees creativity
Certain activities denominated 'the creative industries' started to be taken into consideration in 1998 in "the UK's Department of Culture, Media and Sport release about the Creative Industries Mapping Study"1. It showed the size and impact of the cultural industries on the employment enrolment, and activities that create selected businesses within industries. This paper is going to emphasize the role of human capital in developing businesses based on the creative industries workforce. The issues are hard to classify and document statistically. The research may give results rendering undervaluation or overvaluation that may be dangerous to economy in some aspects. The authors of this paper realize that they should seek solutions that would help young creative industries understand the importance of being responsible for their huge contribution to modern economics. (original abstract)
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