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Supporting creativity in virtual work environments: A qualitative inquiry

26 May 2020

To provide a holistic view of how leaders support creativity in virtual work environments. To explore what works, what does not work, who or what is involved in the process, what they view as influential, and what processes support creativity.

Requirements

  • Leaders who work in virtual work environments or have worked with virtual teams.
  • Any industry is fine ( manufacturing, IT, consulting, software development, etc.).

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Ethical approval

This study requires ethical approval and oversight of Capella University's Institutional Review Board. Thi study was approved on February 18th, 2020.

About the researcher

Hello! My name is James Gill and I am PhD candidate at the Harold Abel School of Psychology at Capella University. My academic and professional interests include leadership, emotional intelligence, virtual work environments, creativity, and supportive leadership behaviors.

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