Uploaded on Jul 15, 2016

Like ()

Comment (0)
Clutter, Conformity and Creativity at Work
Chances are good that you know one or more people with cluttered workspaces. Chances are also good that you've heard an old adage that disarray fosters creativity. Odd as it might seem, there is some truth to that aphorism. Carlson School of Management Marketing faculty Joe Redden and Kathleen Vohs studied this possibility in laboratory experiments as part of a larger examination of the effects of office environments on employees' preferences, choices, and behavior. "Physical Order Produces Healthy Choices, Generosity, Conventionality, Whereas Disorder Produces Creativity" Vohs, K., Redden, J., Rahinel, R., Psychological Science (in press) Learn more at http://carlsonschool.umn.edu/news/clutter-conformity-and-creativity-work
More videos from this school
You may also like videos from these schools
About Us - Who we are
Testimonial - What others say
Faculty - Teaching & Research

Thank you for updating your MBATUBE profile! 

Does your school have a landing page on our new sister-site MBAGRADSCHOOLS.com yet?

If not, contact us to upgrade your MBATUBE profile to a 12-month Premium Profile, which includes a tailored school landing page on MBAGRADSCHOOLS with MBA student ambassadors for peer-to-peer marketing/recruitment.

We are currently offering the premium profile upgade for only €1800 (until end September 2020).

Stay safe and stay connected!

Rick Rudolph, Founder & Managin Director

Download our Media Kit 2020 or view our Media Kit Video.
Also consider YouTube Promotion packages.

Loading... please wait a moment