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Chapter 6 : Governing communities of experts


For many authors (e.g. Amabile, 1988 ), competence in a given fi eld is viewed as an important (though obviously not the only) ingredient of creativity. Experts are particularly interesting in this context. Since these individuals possess rare forms of knowledge and a high creative potential, the management of experts becomes a central issue for companies seeking to create sustainable competitive advantages. This chapter raises the question of the governing of experts within organisations.
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Jean-Philippe Bootz, Olivier Dupouët, Francis Kern, Eric Schenk. Chapter 6 : Governing communities of experts: Part. I Economics of creativity, ideas and policies. Thierry Burger-Helmchen. The Economics of Creativity : Ideas, Firms and Markets, Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), 21 p., 2013, 9781138901278. ⟨hal-01772183⟩


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