A Study on the Definition of Team Creativity upon the Design Paradigm and Their Sub-domains and Element Extraction

공학 설계 패러다임 변화에 따른 팀 창의성의 정의 및 하위 영역과 요소 도출

  • Kim, Taehoon (Dept. of Electric, Electronic & Communication Engineering Education, College of Education, Chungnam National University)
  • 김태훈 (충남대학교 사범대학 전기.전자.통신공학교육과)
  • Received : 2014.12.05
  • Accepted : 2015.03.12
  • Published : 2015.05.29


This paper attempts to take an in-depth study of the importance of teams and their creativity according to changes of recent design paradigm in engineering and to draw conclusions of the sub-domains and their element extraction. For this purpose, theoretical consideration was reviewed to present the definition of creativity and its sub-domains and elements. Besides, the two steps of expert validation test were conducted to extract the definition of creativity and its sub-domains and elements. The team creativity is defined as a team ability to come up with fresh and useful ideas and to lead them to get meaningful results through cooperative interactions among team members to solve problems given to them based on each member's creativity. Totally, 4 subs -domains and 16 sub-elements were extracted to get to know their influence on the team creativity. This includes a team size, characteristics of team members, and a team structure in team organization domain. To evaluate team atmosphere, elements such as sensibility, fellowship, teamwork, reliability, autonomy and open minded feature are included. In the team activity domain, strategies for solving problems, activities for divergent thinking, activities for convergence thinking and team interaction are included. Also, the sub-domain for team management includes a task, process and conflict management.


Supported by : 한국연구재단


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