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There is little empirically grounded theoretical account of how employees think about the way management can operationalize their engagement by focusing on the development of meanings and action that can lead towards the necessary sensemaking and help achieve employee creativity as a result. Consequently, the purpose of this chapter is to eliminate this lacuna and thus contribute towards a richer theory on the process behind the implementation of employee engagement, highlighting the importance of several organizational arrangements that can help management achieve employee creativity.
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