Wilson, R. (2016). How interconnectedness in the workplace can foster creativity and intuition [Unpublished Master’s thesis]. Alef Trust & Middlesex University.

The aim of this study was to investigate how interconnectedness can foster creativity and intuition in the workplace. A combination of two qualitative research methods was used: intuitive inquiry (Anderson, 2011) and heuristic research (Moustakas, 1990). Six participants were interviewed using a semi-structured interview protocol. Using the heuristic method, an immersion and incubation process was used to produce individual portraits of the participants’ experiences. A number of factors were found to contribute to interconnectedness fostering creativity and intuition. These were learning /self-development, a sense of purpose, caring and kindness, trust, motivation, confidence, passion, and listening skills. The data indicated that in addition to interconnectedness fostering creativity and intuition, creativity can foster interconnectedness and intuition can foster creativity. Interconnectedness could potentially affect factors such as stress in the workplace, health and wellbeing, and corporate culture and this warrants further investigation.

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