Clutter can kill creativity and innovation

Clutter can kill creativity and innovation

In September 2011, Jonathan Fields wrote this article. Also, he talked about his new book: Uncertainty.

This is a nice article explaining the reaction of the human body faced with clutter. Now that researchers are studying the phenomenon and finds correlation between the work environment and the brain reaction, perhaps as a worker we should do a little more attention to our physical space and virtual work for a better quality of work and creativity!

A little while ago, I discussed in an article of work tools to help us justly to clear our minds and improve our productivity.

Next step? To our feather dusters!





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