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Team Creativity At Work I and II: Creative Problem Solving At Its Best Paperback – April 3, 2010
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EDWARD GLASSMAN, Ph.D. (now retired) was the President of The Creativity College, a division of Leadership Consulting Services, Inc. A former Professor (1960 to 1989) at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, where he founded and headed the Program For Team Effectiveness And Creativity. A former Guggenheim Foundation Fellow at Stanford University (1968-1969) and a Visiting Fellow at The Center For Creative Leadership in Greensboro, North Carolina (1986), his biography appears in "Who's Who In America" and "Who's Who in the World." Professor Glassman wrote many dozens of excellent columns on "Business Creativity" and "Creativity at Work," that he collected into this book. He also wrote articles on creative thinking and on team excellence for Supervisory Management; R and D Management; Intrepreneurial Excellence; The Female Executive; Laboratory Management; Management Solutions; and The President. He authored the following books on creativity at work: * "For Presidents Only: Unlocking The Creative Potential Of Your Management Team." (1990) The Presidents Association of The American Management Association. * "The Creativity Factor: Unlocking the Potential of Your Team," (1991) Pfeiffer and Company. * "Creativity Handbook: A Practical Guide to Paradigm Shifts and Creative Thinking at Work," (1996), a 250 page workbook used in his workshops and creativity meetings. "Team Creativity At Work-I. You Do Want To Be More Successful Than Your Creativity." (2010) In press. "Team Creativity at Work-II: Brainstorming Isn't Enough Anymore." (2010) In press. Professor Glassman led scores of problem-solving creative thinking meetings and workshops for large and small organizations, including DuPont; Amoco Chemical; IBM; Texaco; Ciba-Geigy; Hoechst-Celanese; Milliken; Federal-Mogul; Calreco/Carnation; A.T. and T. Bell Laboratories; Standard Products; Eastman Chemical; Thetford; Lucas Engineering (UK); and numerous others. These successful creative thinking events and workshops, newspaper columns, articles, and books provide the solid foundation and experience needed to write this book.
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