An Evaluation of Business Students’ Perceptions About Their Personal Everyday Creativity
|Abstract||With organizations’ rising interest in creativity as one of the most sought out skill sets for graduates, it has become crucial to infuse creativity training in academic programs. This study evaluated freshmen business students’ perceptions about their personal, everyday creativity and examined the influence of infusing creativity training in their freshmen seminar course.
This action research study drew upon the intersection of three creative self-belief theories from management and education psychology literature: Jaussi, et al (2007) Creative Identity Theory; Karwowski (2014) Creative Mindset Theory; and Tierney & Farmer (2002) Creative Self-efficacy Theory. These theories arguably stemmed from Burke (1991) Identity Theory; Dweck (... (more)
|Contributor||Homayoun, Sogol (Author) / Buss, Ray (Advisor) / Henriksen, Danah (Committee member) / Underiner, Tamara (Committee member) / Arizona State University (Publisher)|
|Subject||Educational leadership / Educational psychology / Entrepreneurship / business / creativity / entrepreneurship / identity / mindset / self-efficacy|
|Note||Doctoral Dissertation Educational Leadership and Policy Studies 2019|
|Collaborating Institutions||Graduate College / ASU Library|
|Additional Formats||MODS / OAI Dublin Core / RIS|