Organisation and Scientific Discovery
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The book takes the view that discovery is the outcome of successful science, and that organisations play a central role in facilitating or inhibiting discovery. John Hurley argues against the theory that creativity only leads to scientific discovery and suggests a model of the processes leading to discovery including both individual and organisational processes.