New York Magazine, Globe and Mail, Inc.com and More Cover Mueller's Research on Creativity

Thursday, March 30, 2017TOPICS: ResearchLeadershipInnovation and Entrepreneurship

Jen Mueller, associate professor of Management

An article in New York Magazine on why creative ideas get rejected highlights research by Jen Meuller, associate professor of management in the University of San Diego School of Business. Mueller's book Creative Change: Why We Resist It, How We Can Embrace It was also featured on MetroMBA.com

Inc.com also featured Mueller in an article titled "5 Bad Habits That Are Making You Less Creative."

An op-ed by Mueller was published by Quartz, a digital news outlet devoted to business news. The op-ed, titled "Most people are secretly threatened by creativity," examines the pattern of desiring creativity in the workplace but feeling ill-equipped to manage or reward it. Mueller also wrote an article on creativity published by the Globe and Mail. She will also be taking part in the Innovation and Creativity Summit 2017

Creative Change: Why We Resist It, How We Can Embrace It was published in January by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and was rrecently the topic of a podcast featured on Jill on Money, which also aired on Classical 89.5 Radio in Salisbury, Maryland. Mueller was also featured on Inside Higher Ed's Academic Minute. She will give a book reading at the Carlsbad Public Library on April 18. 

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