Even if you work in an office full of geniuses, science says it might be better to work alone
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Research shows collaboration might be stifling for creativity. 

Solitude and independent work are more likely to inspire creative thinking, according to some studies.

Employees will be more creative en masse if they are able to work and think alone.

The notion that collaboration makes people more creative has become conventional wisdom in the business world. Here's a typical example:

Collaboration has recently emerged as the defining characteristic of creativity...


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