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The Cat Herder: The Role and Function of the Agency Creative Director
Unformatted Document Text:  THE  CAT  HERDER     30   References Alvesson, Mats (1994). “Talking in Organizations: Managing Identity and Impressions in an Advertising Agency,” Organization Studies, 15(4), 535-563. Alvesson, M. (1998), “ Gender relations and identity at work: A case study of masculinities and femininities in an advertising agency,” Human Relations, 51, 969-1005. Amabile, Teresa M. and Mukti Khaire (2008, October), “Creativity and the role of the leader,” Harvard Business Review, 100-109. Amabile, Teresa M. (1997), “Motivating creativity in organizations: On doing what you love and loving what you do,” California Management Review, 40, 39-58. Amabile, Teresa M. and Elizabeth A. Schatzel, Giovanni B. Moneta and Steven J. Kramer (2004), “Leader behaviors and the work environment for creativity: Perceived leader support,” The Leadership Quarterly 15, 5-32. Amabile, Teresa M., Conti, R., Coon H., Lazenby, J and M. Herron (1996), “Assessing the work environment for creativity,” Academy of Management Journal, 39(5), 1154-1184. Amabile, T. M., & Conti, R. (1999), “Changes in the work environment for creativity during downsizing,” Academy of Management Journal, 42, 630–640. Amabile, Teresa M. (1988), “A model of creativity and innovation in organizations,” In B.W. Staw and L.L. Cummings (Eds.), Research in organizational behavior, Vol. 10, pp.123-167). Amabile, Teresa M. (1983), “The social psychology of creativity: A componential conceptualization,” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 45(2), 357-376. Andrews, F. M., & Farris, G. F. (1967), “Supervisory practices and innovation in scientific teams,” Personnel Psychology, 20,497–575. Baker, Douglas D. and John B. Cullen (1993), “Administrative Reorganization and Configurational Context: The Contingent Effects of Age, Size, and Change in Size,” Academy of Management Journal, 36 (6), 1251-1277. Basadur, Min. (2004), “Leading others to think innovatively together: Creative leadership,” Leadership Quarterly, 15(1) 103-121. Bass, Bernard M. (1990), “From transactional to transformational leadership: Learning to share the vision,” Organizational Dynamics, (Winter): 19-31. The Creative Director of the Future (2007, March 30), Campaign (UK), 13, 24-26. Accessed May 15, 2010.

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Alvesson, Mats (1994). “Talking in Organizations: Managing Identity and Impressions in an 
Advertising Agency,” Organization Studies, 15(4), 535-563. 
Alvesson, M. (1998), “
Gender relations and identity at work: A case study of masculinities 
and femininities in an advertising agency,” Human Relations, 51, 969-1005.
Amabile, Teresa M. and Mukti Khaire (2008, October),  “Creativity and the role of the 
leader,” Harvard Business Review, 100-109. 
Amabile, Teresa M. (1997), “Motivating creativity in organizations: On doing what you love 
and loving what you do,” California Management Review, 40, 39-58. 
Amabile, Teresa M. and Elizabeth A. Schatzel, Giovanni B. Moneta and Steven J. Kramer 
(2004), “Leader behaviors and the work environment for creativity: Perceived leader 
support,” The Leadership Quarterly 15, 5-32. 
Amabile, Teresa M., Conti, R., Coon H., Lazenby, J and M. Herron (1996), “Assessing the 
work environment for creativity,” Academy of Management Journal, 39(5), 1154-1184. 
Amabile, T. M., & Conti, R. (1999), “Changes in the work environment for creativity during 
downsizing,” Academy of Management Journal, 42, 630–640. 
Amabile, Teresa M. (1988), “A model of creativity and innovation in organizations,” In B.W. 
Staw and L.L. Cummings (Eds.), Research in organizational behavior, Vol. 10, pp.123-167).  
Amabile, Teresa M. (1983), “The social psychology of creativity: A componential 
conceptualization,” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 45(2), 357-376. 
Andrews, F. M., & Farris, G. F. (1967), “Supervisory practices and innovation in scientific 
teams,” Personnel Psychology, 20,497–575. 
Baker, Douglas D. and John B. Cullen (1993), “Administrative Reorganization and 
Configurational Context: The Contingent Effects of Age, Size, and Change in Size,” 
Academy of Management Journal, 36 (6), 1251-1277. 
Basadur, Min. (2004), “Leading others to think innovatively together: Creative leadership,” 
Leadership Quarterly,  15(1) 103-121. 
Bass, Bernard M. (1990), “From transactional to transformational leadership: Learning to 
share the vision,” Organizational Dynamics, (Winter): 19-31. 
The Creative Director of the Future (2007, March 30), Campaign (UK), 13, 24-26.  Accessed 
May 15, 2010. 

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