Beatles & Co: Creativity as an Emergent Phenomenon

  • Stephan Sonnenburg
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Part of the Management – Culture – Interpretation book series (MCI)

Abstract

Although creativity had been a significant driver of human development for centuries, it crystallized as a practical and theoretical topic in the 1950s. Since that time, creativity has gone up and down until Murakami and Nishiwaki (1991) proclaimed the fourth revolution after agriculturalization, industrialization and computerization: the age of creativity.

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  • Stephan Sonnenburg
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  1. 1.University in KarlsruheKarlsruheGermany

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