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Employee engagement can lead towards employee creativity through sensemaking. A major issue for management is to be able to assess employee creativity aiming to identify creative employees and take maximum benefits from their value-creative potential. However, there exists little agreement on universally accepted or empirically established standards for evaluating creative potential because previous studies failed to consider data collected in a dynamic context. In an attempt to fill this gap this study focuses on one important research question. When assessing the creative potential of employees in real world organizational settings, what characteristics can management actually attend to and use?
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