The "creative-schizotype": Help or hindrance to team-level innovation?

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Abstract

The article discusses the effect of different dysfunctional disposition in the workplace, particularly the "creative-schizotype" in the team-working climate. It highlights the importance of team-working climate for innovation, and suggests that management should be aware of the practical implications of hiring creative-schizotype for the organization. It also discusses how management should deal with employees with schizotypal characteristics to reduce the negative impact on the team.

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  • GROUP decision making
  • ORGANIZATIONAL behavior
  • PERSONNEL management
  • TEAMS in the workplace
  • WORK environment

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  • Giles St. John Burch

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