New Publication: Practices of creative leadership: A qualitative meta-analysis in haute cuisine
New Publication: Practices of creative leadership: A qualitative meta-analysis in haute cuisine in Journal of Creativity and Innovation Management
Post doc Miriam Feuls, Department of Organization (IOA), Copenhagen Business School (CBS)
Associate Professor of Service Management Marc B. Stierand, and Director of the Institute of Business Creativity at EHL
Dr Viktor Dörfler, Senior Lecturer, Department of Management Science, University of Strathclyde Business School, UK
Adjunct Professor David M. Boje, Aalborg University Business School, Aalborg University, Denmark
Usha C. V. Haley is the W. Frank Barton Distinguished Chair in International Business, Director of the Center for International Business Advancement and tenured, full Professor of Management at Wichita State University.
Creative leadership has been studied in different collaborative contexts that can be summarized as facilitating employees' creativity, directing the realization of the creative vision of a leader and integrating different and diverse creative contributions. In this paper, we present the findings from a qualitative meta-analysis of literature-based accounts of chefs' creative leadership practices from the context of haute cuisine. We bring together both the leader-chefs' and academic authors' understandings of practices available in scholarly papers to achieve a credible picture of creative leadership practices in haute cuisine. We present our findings as a meta-vignette introducing nine prototypical characters representing patterns of practices that leader-chefs perform as they are fostering creativity. We further demonstrate when and how leader-chefs employ practices that are more typical of facilitating and integrating contexts. The nine characters afford an immediate intuitive understanding of the creative leadership practices in haute cuisine, helping scholars to look for and analyse creative leadership and support creative leaders to understand better and be more mindful of their practices.
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