Zainal Abidin Marasabessy


Artikel ini bertujuan mendeskripsikan konsep tentang apa itu kreativitas dan menganalisis proses-proses upaya pembentukan kreativitas di dalam dunia perkerja sehingga organisasi mampu melihat dan memperhatikan hal tersebut untuk menghasilkan kreativitas. Dengan adanya kreativitas organisasi maupun individu mampu bersaing di dunia pekerjaan. Untuk menganalisis konsep kreativitas dan cara meningkatkan kreativitas itu sendiri dideskripsikan dengan menggunakan pendekatan analisis faktor pendukung kreativitas. Faktor-faktor yang dianalisis berpotensi meningkatkan kreativitas antara lain peran dari dukungan pimpinan, dukungan rekan kerja, efikasi diri kreatif, autonomi kerja, motivasi intrinsik, dan gaya kognitif. Sehingga faktor-faktor pendukung tersebut secara signifikan dapat menghasilkan kreativitas pekerja dalam suatu pekerjaan.


Kreativitas, Dunia Kerja, Faktor Pendukung

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