How workplace flexibility can promote creative thinking

05/12/2013 | Inc. online (free registration)

Your employees will be more creative if you give them some flexibility and provide them with the opportunity to get out of the office, Margaret Heffernan writes. "There's plenty of evidence that people do their most imaginative work when looking away from a problem: driving home, in the shower, walking the dog," she writes. Flexible working environments aren't just for people with children; they're valuable for anyone who has familial demands of any kind, she writes.

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