Kathleen Vohs in Insight

Such thoughts about the ways in which chaos and clutter can make people more creative have recently been lent some support by researchers from the University of Minnesota. Recently, a team led by psychologist Kathleen Vohs, at the Carlson School of Management published the results of research which suggests that order and disorder are both perfectly functional ways for firms and individuals to operate but serve different purposes and distinct mindsets.

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