Exploring the impact of organizational climate factors on organizational creativity within a centralized IS

  title={Exploring the impact of organizational climate factors on organizational creativity within a centralized IS},
  author={Anis Khedhaouria and Nassim Belbaly and Hind Benbya},
  journal={French Journal of Management Information Systems},
The present study aims to illustrate problems associated with enabling organizational creativity through a centralized information system (IS). A creativity model based on the componential creativity theory was adapted from organization theory and was used to develop propositions regarding organizational climate factors that should be avoided when using a centralized IS to foster organizational creativity. The present study offers a useful case study to help organizations understand actions to… 

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