Brand New Research Paper in Creativity and Innovation Management published!

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We’re thrilled to announce the publication of our latest research article, “Working in the office or working from home: Where are employees most creative?” in Creativity and Innovation Management. The article by Dr. Marc Rücker, Dr. Oscar Pakos, Sophia Windschiegl, and Prof. Dr. Kai-Ingo Voigt dives into the dynamics of employee creativity in remote and office settings.

Our findings reveal a nuanced picture: While individual tasks flourish in the home office environment, collaborative creativity thrives in the office space. This highlights the importance of balancing remote and in-office work for optimal innovation outcomes.

Join us in exploring the implications for fostering creativity in your organization and unlocking the full potential of your workforce. Find the full article here: