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James Berry is an Assistant Professor (Lecturer) in the Department of Management Science and Innovation (MS&I). Before joining UCL, he obtained his PhD in Organizational Behavior from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is still involved teaching in the Global MBA program there. Read more.
Jim’s primary research areas include creativity, knowledge development, and decision making. A broad interest in how creative ideas are generated, evaluated, selected and implemented guides many of his projects. Read more.
Jim teaches “Organisational Behaviour” in the MSc in Management program. He also teaches “Negotiations” at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and has led executive education courses on strategic planning, innovation, and facilitation for various organisations. Read more.
Grant, A. M., & Berry, J. (2011). The necessity of others is the mother of invention: Intrinsic and prosocial motivations, perspective-taking, and creativity. Academy of Management Journal, 54, 73-96.
Edwards, J. R., & Berry, J. (2010). The presence of something or the absence of nothing: Increasing theoretical precision in management research. Organizational Research Methods, 13, 668- 689.