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This paper examines personal factors that influence students' creativity. We conducted a study using quantitative approaches involving 75 students from a Slovenian business school. The results show that knowledge sharing, emotional intelligence, self-efficacy, and intrinsic motivation are all positively related to creativity. We discuss the implications for theory, practice, and future research.doi:10.17708/drmj.2016.v05n02a02 fatcat:utlnlehkfnf37l6ezbothoa55y