Teaching teams who bring together divergent ideas have both promise and peril: while inclusivity brings out new ideas, conflict over those ideas has the power to stifle the creativity that those ideas were meant to inspire. In this article for the Harvard Business Review, psychologist Roger Schwarz describes how creativity and innovation go hand-in-hand and how creative conflict—which requires an interplay of the PI assets of inclusivity, humility, civility, and courage—can lead to more creative teams.
By: Harvard Business Review, Roger Schwarz
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