Detecting who is going to innovate

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An important factor for workplace innovation is having creative employees in the workplace. Most tests for assessing creativity are paper-and-pencil-based and require a trained evaluator for scoring. This, in turn, renders scoring time-consuming, expensive, and not entirely objective. The aim of the three studies presented here was to develop an online creativity test that uses a fully automated scoring algorithm, that is optimised for unsupervised settings, and that can be applied internationally by being language-independent. As such, it can be used as a quick and cost-efficient instrument for selection as well as individual and team development purposes.

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Lochner, K., Preuss, A. & Justenhoven, R., (2019) “Detecting who is going to innovate”, EWOP in Practice 11(1), 102–129. doi: https://doi.org/10.21825/ewopinpractice.87117

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Katharina Lochner (University of Applied Sciences Europe)
Achim Preuss (cut-e an Aon company)
Richard Justenhoven (cut-e an Aon company)

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