Boon, R 1997 Cultural creativity: the importance of creativity in organizational and educational contexts [s.l.] : [s.n.], viewed 18 April, 2012, via eReserve
The author of this article examines creative culture and societal changes that are making organizations rethink their view on creativity as well as to integrate knowledge of the creative procedure to their own frame of reference, focusing on exploring the 3 primary areas; social trends, creativity and advocacy, whilst also exhibiting deliberation for the intermingling of said themes and exhibits a clear-cut view that creativity and the creative procedure are imperative to the enrichment of the person, corporation and humanity, especially in current times.
This article is relevant to the nursing profession because the 3 primary area's discussed are key skills and awareness area's that are essential to nursing. This creativity culture will enrich the nursing staff and encourage them to be more creative thinking thereby more adapt at problem solving skills, more innovative, encourage critical analysis, written and communication skills. These are highly advantageous skills for nursing staff to possess and are also almost an imperative workplace requirement for nursing staff. Critical thinking for example is a essential component to nursing as it requires nursing staff to observe what they are thinking by focusing on crucial parts of the system and checking to see if they are on course.
Judith Dwyer (2003) “How communication works”, The business communication handbook 6th ed.Frenchs Forest, N.S.W.: Pearson Education,Pages: 3-20.
Is an article in which the author states communication is defined as any verbal or non verbal act, witnessed by another. Information, feelings, or expressions are encoded and sent from a minimum of 1 person and received and decoded by again a minimum of 1 person with the message given meaning as the receiver makes sense of the message given. Essentially the article...
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