networks and creativity

From contributes to SOCNET, April 2012

Cattani, G. and Ferriani, S. A Core/Periphery Perspective on Individual Creative Performance: Social Networks and Cinematic Achievements in the Hollywood Film Industry. Organization Science, 19, 6 2008), 824-844.

Fleming, L., Mingo, S. and Chen, D. Collaborative Brokerage, Generative Creativity, and Creative Success. Administrative Science Quarterly, 52, 3 2007), 443-475.

Hargadon, A. B. and Bechky, B. A. When Collections of Creatives Become Creative Collectives: A Field Study of Problem Solving at Work. Organization Science, 17, 4 2006), 484-500.

Lazer, D. and Friedman, A. The Network Structure of Exploration and Exploitation. Administrative Science Quarterly, 52, 4 2007), 667-694.

Lingo, E. L. and O'Mahony, S. Nexus work: Brokerage on creative projects. Administrative Science Quarterly, 55, 1 2010), 47.

Neha, G. The local and global structure of knowledge production in an emergent research field: An exponential random graph analysis. Social Networks, 33, 1 2011), 20-30.

Obstfeld, D. Social Networks, the Tertius Iungens Orientation, and Involvement in Innovation. Administrative Science Quarterly, 50, 1 2005), 100-130.

Paulus, P. B. and Dzindolet, M. Social influence, creativity and innovation. Social Influence, 3, 4 (2008/12/01 2008), 228-247.

Perry-Smith, J. E. Social yet creative: The role of social relationships in facilitating individual creativity. The Academy of Management Journal, 49, 1 2006), 85-101.

Sosa, M. E. Where Do Creative Interactions Come From? The Role of Tie Content and Social Networks. Organization Science, 22, 1 (January/February 2011 2011), 1-21.

Yu, L. and Nickerson, J. V. Cooks or cobblers?: crowd creativity through combination. In Proceedings of the CHI 2011 (Vancouver, BC, Canada, 2011). ACM

Uzzi, B. and Spiro J. (2005), Collaboration and Creativity: The Small World
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Jeffcutt, P. and Pratt, A.C. (2002), Managing Creativity in the Cultural
Industries, Creativity and Innovation Management, 11:4, 225-233

Perry-Smith, J.E. and Shalley, C.E. (2003), The Social Side of Creativity: A
Static and Dynamic Social Network Perspective, Academy of Management Review,
28:1, 89-106

Kijkuit, B. and van den Ende, J. (2007), The Organizational Life of an Idea:
Integrating Social Network, Creativity and Decision Making Perspectives,
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Karlsson, C. (2010), Clusters, Networks and Creativity, CESIS Electronic
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Fleming, L. and Marx, M. (2006), Managing Creativity in Small Worlds,
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Burt, Ron. "Structural Holes and Good Ideas." AJS 110: 349–99

Heinze, T and G Bauer "Characterizing Creative Scientists…" Scientometrics 70: 811-30.
Princeton University Press entitled The Emergence of Organizations and Markets by John F. Padgett and Walter W. Powell.